Vasari's name, anyone who knows a little art will know a little bit. The Uffizi Gallery, and the Vasari Corridor designed by Vasari, was built in 1565. The most famous of the corridors is the self-portrait of many masters, so it is also called the Self-Portrait Corridor.
This is a masterpiece of architecture, and there are many collections of fine self-portraits. The age of self-portrait has spanned several decades to the present day. I think I have fallen in love with Ellis, Vigilius Le Brun. You must not miss this place, but you must make an appointment in advance, as there will be a limit on the number of visitors. The corridor across the Ponte Vecchio is a very beautiful view.
There is a series of arcades on the right hand side of the north bank of the old bridge. This is a good place to take pictures of the old bridge. And above this string of arcades is the Vasari Corridor. The Vasari Corridor can be described as an "elevated fast track"! At the beginning, Grand Duke Cosimo I worked in the Palazzo Vecchio, which is the Palazzo Vecchio, and later bought the Palazzo Pitti on the other side of the river as a residence. The Grand Duke has to shuttle across the banks of the Arno River every day at work, but he does not want to see those ordinary people who bow their heads and look up. Of course, for their own safety, the Grand Duke ordered the creation of a closed corridor between the Palazzo Vecchio and the Palazzo Pitti. , The wind can neither blow nor rain, and maintain the mystery of the nobility.