Signoria Square is considered one of the most beautiful squares in Italy because of its beautiful buildings. Founded in the 14th century, the square was first built on the foundations of demolished Ubeti, Vrabsky and other imperial families, and later expanded to its present size. Palazzo Vecchio, once the administrative center in the southeastern corner of the square, looked at the whole square. There were many fine sculptures on the square. The most famous one was Michelangelo's David, but here David was a replica. The authentic works are hidden in the Academy Gallery. In addition, the sea god fountain, the statue of Cassimo I riding horse, the statue of lion, Parthius and Medusa are all sculptures worth appreciating in the city square.
Nearly two o'clock in the afternoon after living in BNB lodging, the enthusiastic and friendly landlord's mother, although English is really not very good, still holding a map, more than hand-painted introduction to Florence delicious and interesting places. She recommended that we go to Michelangelo Square to enjoy the beautiful sunset. The square is on a hill, we lack exercise, we are still climbing breathlessly, but when we arrived, we felt that it was worth it, because we could enjoy the beautiful scenery of Florence, blowing the cool wind, chatting with friends, watching people take happy pictures and play happily. It really felt very good. The European sunset was very late (in early April at that time), and it was not until 7:30 that day that the sun gradually disappeared. If the journey was more compact, we should pay attention to the timing. Michelangelo Square is free, Florence is beautiful and priceless.
Michelangelo Square is located on the high ground at the southern end of Florence. There are buses to reach it. It can overlook the whole city of Florence. There is a bronze statue of David on the square. Therefore, Michelangelo Square has become a must for many tourists to visit Florence. The sunset of the square is very beautiful and there are many tourists.
Oh, my God, it's finally time to punch in at the end of the day. Walk freely and in the evening, after arriving at Pitty Palace and Popoli Garden, walk up the mountain road. Because it was very dark in April in Italy, even though it was seven or eight o'clock, it was already night. Actually, the garden is closed, so I have been walking along the periphery, and very steep, until I know that the garden is really big. With the arrival of night and the scarcity of people [trembling], walking in other countries is a little nervous. Fortunately, when traveling in groups and refueling each other, they finally reached the square on foot. The square at night has a different flavor. This is the highest point overlooking Florence. In the middle of the square stands one of Florence's three statues of David. I didn't make enough strategies before I came here. I didn't realize that the third David was falling on such a high mountain top. Of course, it was also a balcony to watch the panoramic view of the city. David, made of bronze, shines brightly under the night lamp, surrounded by four bronze sculptures of the Chapel of Medici. You can listen to the explanations of these four sculptures. I remember there is a bus that can go down the hill, but with amazing perseverance, we still walk down the hill and walk back to the hotel through the Grace Bridge towards the city center, so that we can experience different roads.
A hill in Florence occupies the commanding heights. It climbs from the city square to the top of the mountain for about half an hour. It is suggested to inquire about the sunset time. Half an hour before sunset, you can see the cold green city in the day and night. Long focal length is recommended for camera lens, because nearby mountain street lights can affect shooting. Attached are some night scenes.
Coming up in the light rain, I found that I was going up the mountain. Although the mountain road is big Z-shaped, I still walked breathlessly. Up to the top, I saw David standing there alone. It was a rainy day when I went. The Buddha panorama was very vague. Maybe it would be interesting on sunny days.~
Michelangelo Square was built in 1868. Looking from the square to the city of Florence, red bricks, ancient buildings, the Arno River, the dome of Notre Dame White Cathedral and so on can be seen clearly. The panoramic view of Florence is more ancient and elegant. When Michelangelo Square was completed, the marble statue of David, carved by Michelangelo, was placed in the center of the square. In the last century, the Florence Municipal Government moved the sculpture into the Florence Academy of Fine Arts from the perspective of protecting the sculpture, while a bronze replica of David was erected in the square.
Michelangelo Square is located on the other side of the Yano River and is the best place to look at Florence. In the center of the square is a replica of Michelangelo's statue of David. Behind it is the beautiful Romantic Church of San Minato. This is the most popular place in Florence. And the front of the statue of David is the most concentrated place for tourists.
Michelangelo Square is Florence's best view of the beautiful city, it is located in the south of the Arno River. Since it is overlooking, the square must be situated on a hill. It takes some physical strength to climb up the Envoy Bridge from Florence, but you can take Bus No. 12 or No. 13 to Michelangelo Square directly at the gate of the railway station. But after the ride, I suggest that you still choose to walk up the mountain. Bus routes really go too far. It takes about three or forty minutes to take a ride, and there are many sharp corners. The strong centrifugal force at each corner will throw you back and forth. It's also a personal effort to take a ride. So it's better to walk up the hill slowly and enjoy more and more beautiful scenery. Because the ride took longer than expected, the sun had almost set when we reached the top of the mountain, and the panorama of Florence was not so amazing.
Located on the South Bank of the Arno River, Michelangelo Square only enjoys a panoramic view of Florence and the Arno River. In the center of the square is a replica of the statue of David. There are two modern style pillars in the west. They should have been erected in recent years. It is an unforgettable experience to watch the sunset and the lantern rising slowly in the square.