The Plaza Mayor of Florence is considered to be one of the most beautiful squares in Italy because of its exquisite buildings. On the square, Bartolomio Amanati and his assistants made the "Poseidon Fountain". The statue is erected on a high base in the middle of the octagonal fountain. The base is decorated with the mythical figure Skula locked in chains. And Charybdis.
The Municipal Square is also called Lords Square. There are five highlights in the square: one is the horse-riding bronze statue of Cosimo I, Grand Duke of the Medici family, the other is the sculpture of the Neptune fountain next to it, the third is the replica of the statue of David on the side, and the fourth is the killing of Cellini. Perseus of the dead Medusa, the fifth is the sculpture of Hercules (Hercules and Kex). The Laneige Loggia against the wall contains more than 10 exquisite sculptures of authenticity. Every inch of muscle, every finger, and every strand of streamers is vivid in detail. Traveling through this earth-colored building, you can touch the carving craftsmanship of once great craftsmen, as if to communicate with the statues of masters through eyes.
Florence is one of Italy's most popular tourist destinations. Fei Lengcui is another name full of literary and artistic sense. It is the most romantic and charming city in Italy except for the Michelangelo Square. Outside the old bridge of the church, what I like most is the antique shops in the alleys. Shutting through the chaos and orderly armor and copper paintings... I feel that the collection of each owner of the Sun Buddha has lived across the time.