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- Attractions Florence
Ponte Vecchio - the oldest three-arch bridge in Florence, better known as the "golden." It was built by architect Neri di Fioravanti in 1345. This old bridge Renaissance is different erected colorful houses along it, as well as an open area in the center, with a wonderful view of the Uffizi Gallery. On the bridge, you can also leave the "castle of love" on the bust of Benvenuto Cellini - the famous Italian sculptor and goldsmith.
The main attraction of the Ponte Vecchio is a mile to the lineout Vasari, built above the shops and houses in the 16th century by the Duke Cosimo I de 'Medici. This corridor connects the Palazzo Vecchio with the Palazzo abominable.