Our Visit To Florence 2018 A collection of images from our trip to Florence in 2018. Fox and Chrissy in the Piazza della SignoriaBacchus on a Turtle by Valerio Cioli, 1561-68The statue itself depicts Morgante as Bacchus, the Roman equivalent of Dionysus: the Greek God of wine and revelry ie. the imperfect man. The famous Medici Venus in the Uffizi.I can't go when you're looking at me. And do you have to touch yourself like that right now?Ray & Caligula, Uffizi, Florence Ray lights upDuomo at night from rooftop Florence As seen from the rooftop bar of our hotel, the Palazzo Gaddi. The Duomo At NightAs seen from the rooftop bar of our hotel, the Palazzo Gaddi. The DuomoAnother street view of the Florence Cathedral aka the DuomoThe Duomo Another street level view of the Florence Cathedral. I loved looking down the end of the street and seeing that magnificent dome peeking out. The Duomo As seen from the ground. Cameron & Cosimo de MediciThe most famous portrait of Cosimo de Medici, painted 50 years after his death by Pontormo, Uffizi Gallery, Florence.Chrissy and Cameron in the Piazza della SignoriaLorenzo de Medici One of the statues in the The Loggia dei Lanzi, also called the Loggia della Signoria.The DuomoThe Florence Cathedral (Duomo) seen from the street.Cam and Ray rooftop Florence The Duomo At Night in the background, as Ray and Cam smoke stogies on the rooftop bar of our hotel, the Palazzo Gaddi. Head of Alexander The Great, Uffizi, FlorenceFlorence Cathedral from the piazzaThe Duomo and Giotto's Campanile (a free-standing bell tower)Marcus Agrippa, Uffizi, FlorenceEveryone's favourite BFF! Mr Bad-Ass Get Things Done himself! The Duomo At NightAs seen from the rooftop bar of our hotel, the Palazzo Gaddi. Cam & Tiberius, UffiziThe Dome of the Duomo and the turrets of the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence 2018-07-11Ponte Vecchio, Florence 2018-07-11 Oldest bridge in Florence over Arno.Ray at the Palazzo Vecchio This is the old Palazzo della Signoria, where the ruling council of Florence conducted their affairs. It later became the Medici Palace. Fox, Tony Kynaston and Ray, Palazzo Pitti, Florence 2018-07-12 The Palazzo Pitti was originally built by Luca Pitti, one of Cosimo the Elder's supporters. It eventually became the palace of the Medici in the late 16th century. Chrissy at the The Loggia dei LanziAlso called the Loggia della Signoria. Next to the Palazzo Vecchio and Uffizi. Statue of BrunelleschiThe builder (not architect) of the dome of the Florence Cathedral (Duomo). This statue is situated on the piazza where he can look up and admire his work for eternity. Uffizi Ceiling closeup Cosimo de Medici the ElderOne of the statues in the The Loggia dei Lanzi, also called the Loggia della Signoria.Uffizi Ceiling closeup I just loved looking at the details on this ceiling. Cameron and Jan (his mum) Florence 2018-07-11 Another Uffizi ceiling, Florence 2018-07-11 Ponte Vecchio, FlorenceOldest bridge in Florence over the river Arno.