The Old Palace, also known as Vicio Palace, was once the residence of the famous Medici family, and is still used as a city hall. All the Medici family collections in the museum are genuine! The Renaissance frescoes, sculptures and furniture are really exquisite. It's not enough to watch them carefully for a week. I can only walk around the museum area: 10 Euros. Bell Tower: 10 Euros. Museum Area + Bell Tower: 14 Euros. Multimedia Interpreter: 5 European Museum Areas: 9:00-24:00 from April 1 to September 30, from Friday to next Wednesday; 9:00-14:00 on Thursday; 9:00-19:00 from October 1 to March 31, from Friday to next Wednesday; 9:00-14:00 Bell Tower on Thursday: 9:00-21:00 from April 1 to September 30, from Friday to next Wednesday; 9:00-14:00 on Thursday; 10:00-17:00 from October 1 to March 31, from Friday to next Wednesday; 10:00-14:00 on Thursday On December 25, the closed Medici family, the legendary Italian family, is interested in reading books describing its family history. The word Medicine comes from its family name. His legend does not lie in the huge wealth accumulated, but in the construction of churches and public facilities, the award of culture, the networking and funding of artists, the collection of books, manuscripts and the opening to the public, and the extensive poem-hunting. Song, painting, sculpture, architecture, music, history, philosophy, political theory and other fields --- without the Medici family, the Italian Renaissance will certainly not have today's achievements and features. There are special commentators in the Old Palace. A Taiwanese elder sister, who is kind, diligent and knowledgeable, has given us her explanations. With her explanations, gorgeous collections have become alive. It is necessary to read this kind of museum with explanations. The Hall of Five Hundred People, built by King Cosimo I, has no pillars in the hall. The walls and roofs are all beautiful murals. Vasari created murals depicting the defeat of Pisa and Siena by the Florentine army led by King Cosimo I. The frescoes and sculptures in this hall alone are enough to take a good look for a week. All the cabinets in the study are hand-painted maps on the doors, which depict people's concepts of the world at that time. Among them, the one about Asia is the fact that the South China Sea has been the territory of China since ancient times.
The Vecchio Palace, also known as the Old Palace, is a fortress-style palace built in the 13th century and is now the city hall of Florence. The entrance of the building is decorated with a city badge, the throne decoration. The "throne" is blue with white edge, and there is a lion sculpture on both sides of the platform below. This is Florence's emblem, Lion Guard Lily. The square bell tower of the Arnolford Tower in the old palace, like the cathedral itself, is one of the important landmarks in Florence. The tower is 94 meters tall and has a conspicuous stack on the top. Clocks and watches are still accurate today. Walking into the city hall gate, there is an open atrium in the center, surrounded by a circle of beautiful corridors. This kind of courtyard structure designed in the center of the house is also the product of Renaissance architectural reform. It is mainly used to circulate air, increase lighting, free from the dark and narrow space of Gothic architecture, and return to the lively and comfortable living space. On the left side of the old palace is the beautiful late Gothic Langqi Gallery. Inside this well-defended palace was once the residence of the Medici family. Hercules on the right, Michelangelo's statue of David, has been waiting on the left side of the entrance since 1873. Later, it was moved to the Academia Museum of Art, where copies are now placed. There are many sculptures, paintings and buildings worth watching inside and outside the city hall.
There are many precious art collections, in the city square, which is quite large, you can take a good look, the top of the wall is very beautiful. The appearance of the building is very thick and has historical deposits. It's appropriate to spend half a day or so.
After visiting Uffiz Museum of Art and the adjacent city hall (Palace) lobby, although Michelangelo's famous sculpture David, originally placed outside the palace gate, has been moved to the Academia Museum of Art for collection, tourists have taken composite photographs with the present in situ. Founded in 1294, the Palace is a castle-like building dedicated to the residence of the Chief Executive Palace of Florence. The huge square building with battlements was built in 1310, with a long corridor beneath a 94-metre high building. The exterior of the whole building is made of rough square stones of varying sizes. The main part is divided into four layers, with double semi-circular arch windows. The shape of the building gives the impression of majesty.
The Vecchio Palace, also known as the Old Palace, is a fortress-style palace built in the 13th century. It is now the city hall of Florence. It used to be the city hall of the Republic of Florence. The Old Palace is located in the bustling city square. There is a rectangular City badge with blue background and white edge above the main entrance of the old palace. There is a statue of lion at both ends below, guarding the lilies. Torre D Arnolfo Bell Tower on the Palace is one of the important landmarks in Florence. The Bell Tower is 94 meters tall. The old palace used to be the residence of the Medici family, with Hercules on the right and Michelangelo on the left. Inside the palace is a museum with famous paintings, murals and other art treasures on display.
It's the Vecchio Palace that also appeared in the movie. It used to be the old palace of the Medici family. Cosmo was a usurer, and was portrayed as a knight by later generations. A replica of David was placed in front of the Vecchio Palace, where he was confident about his figure.