Loggia dei Lanzi or Loggia della Signoria

Loggia dei Lanzi or Loggia della Signoria, is a building at the corner of Piazza della Signoria in Florence, Italy, alongside the Uffizi Gallery. It consists of wide arches open to the street, three bays wide and one bay deep.
At this time converted into a museum statues and carvings is the favorite of tourists, among others Perseo con la testa at Medusa (Perseus and Medusa Head) (1554) works of Cellini, Donatello's Judith and Holofernes, imitation marble David by Michelangelo, and Mazocco (heraldie lion) by Donatello.
Besides the Dome consists of a half circle, and on the steps of the Loggia is a lion Medici, two Marzoccos, marble statue of a lion, heraldic symbol of Florence, that on the right is from the Roman era and the one on the left was carved by Flaminio Vacca in 1598.

So if you visit the city of Florence, then there is no harm in your taking the time to visit this historic place, because this place has become one of the tourist destinations of the world when it comes to the city of Florence.

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