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Tuscany Compilation Video

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Tuscany, Italy From Above

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This is a compilation of some of the best drone footage from across the region of Tuscany in Italy.  This ancient land, which is situated in the west-central part of the country, is home to some of Italy's most iconic locations.    The highlight video features footage from the following locations in the birthplace of the Renaissance: the great capital city of Florence, Pisa (known for its "leaning tower", Elba, Siena, San Gimignano, Lucca, Maremma, Monteriggion, Val D'Orcia, Pistoria, and more. 

DVOW Winner from Tuscany

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Tuscany (Italy) by Drone in 4K Cinematic

iOlti Films

When you hear the word “Tuscany” you are immediately flooded with thoughts of rolling hillsides, miles of Italian Cypress trees, historic cities with red rooftops, and (of course) wine. You’ll see all of those Tuscan images in this drone video by iOlti Films. Shot in cinematic, 4K quality on the Mavic 2 Zoom, it is four and a half minutes of pure Tuscan-countryside beauty. Read their description to learn more about the Italian region. This video was a Drone Video of the Week winner in April, 2019.

Tuscany from Above

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Tuscany: The Most Beautiful Place on Earth

electriclife

Top contributor Electriclife flew his drone over the verdant rolling hills of Tuscany, one of Italy's most culturally important and stunningly beautiful regions.  Tuscany covers much of the western coast of Italy, running well into the interior.  Sailing over spectacular scenes of this ancient province, we get aerial glimpses of the beautiful countryside and magnificent estates which seem too beautiful to be real.  This land, which served as the birthplace of the Rennaissance, is one of truly timeless beauty.

Florence: Tuscan Capital

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Firenze in 4K

iDrone Aerials

The magnificent city of Florence (Firenze) sits in the eastern part of Italy's Tuscany region, well away from the Mediterranean coastline.  Florence is generally credited as being the home of the Rennaisance which propelled the world to modernity beginning in the 13th century.  Top contributor iDrone treats us to a spectacular aerial tour of the city, including footage of the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Flower (the "Duomo"), the Palazzo Vecchio, the Ponte Vecchio bridge over the Arno River, and more.

DVA Nominee from Florence

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Beautiful Florence in 4K - Italy by Drone

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The quiet hour of sunset gave top contributor Gianlo the perfect lighting for this epic drone video taken over Florence, Tuscany's magnificent capital and generally viewed as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance.  The video features excellent aerial views of some of the city's top attractions, including the Santa Maria del Fiore, Ponte Vecchio, and Polazzo Vecchio, and more sights and sounds of Firenze.  This production was a nominee for the 2017 AirVuz Drone Video Awards in the Cities category.

Aerial Tour of Tuscany

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Beautiful Tuscany

Duncan DroneNuts

This stunner by Duncan DroneNuts will simultaneously show you the powerful beauty of Italy's Tuscany region and the amazing capabilities of the new DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone.  The video beautifully captures the famed rolling hills of the region, dotted with beautiful walled medieval era towns, sprawling vineyards, and baronial estates.  The video was shot on a family trip during the time of year when summer transitions to fall, showing a hint of the emerging autumn foliage in the famed mist-covered hills. 

DVA Winning Dronie from Tuscany

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Hyper Dronie

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Set in the wine country of Italy's Tuscany region in the west-central part of the country, this dronie by contributor Druno is very unique for its epic "reveal". The video begins with a shot of the pilot sitting in a chair near a table.  Then it reveals his companion sitting on a couch pouring a glass of wine.  In one continuous shot, it flies out the window, providing a magnificent shot of the fabled Tuscan countryside.   This video was voted the winner in the Dronie category for the second annual Drone Video Awards. 

Val d'Orcia: Tuscan Rolling Hills

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Val d'Orcia by drone DJI mavic 2 pro FullHD - footage video toscana italia italy FullHD - IG channel alessandro_campo subscribe now

Alessandro_campo

The famed rolling hills of Italy's Tuscany region have inspired artists for centuries and more recently have captured the attention of filmmakers.  Some of the most iconic scenery of this type is to be found in the Val d'Orcia, a valley which extends south of the town of Siena.  Seen here in this drone video by Alessandro_campo, the Val d'Orcia has been used as a filming location for over a half-dozen movies, including the English Patient (1996) and Gladiator (2000).  It's now part of a UNESCO World Heritage site.  

Tuscany in the Spring

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TUSCANY | MAY 2018

Chris Borg

Tuscany is a region of north central Italy on the Adriatic Sea.  Its primary city is Florence, considered the birthplace of the Rennaissance.  Top content creator Chris Berg and his traveling companion used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this spectacular aerial portrait of the region, which is distinguished by brilliant rolling hills, stands of Cyprus trees, and historical estates.  The video was shot in the Spring season, providing an epic bird's eye view of the region at its greenest.

Tuscany's Natural and Cultural Beauty

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La Signora Toscana

Sergei Pinin

Check out this stunning drone tour of Tuscany, considered by many to be the most beautiful region of Italy.  The video features some of the amazing natural scenery of this region, which extends from the Tyrrhenian Sea (part of the Mediterranean) in the west to the Appenine Mountains in the east.  It also features some shots of the cultural scenery of the region, including the great city of Florence.  Situated in the middle of the region, the Tuscan capital is considered the birthplace of the Renaissance.  

Tuscany Promotional Video

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Feel the Breeze of Tuscany

T.E.S.T. Srls

Contributor T.E.S.T. Srls is one of the top professional drone piloting companies in central Italy.  They worked with a regional tourist authority to produce this marvelous virtual tour of the Italian region of Tuscany, which is comprised of nine provinces in the west-central part of the country.  Filmed with a combination of drones and ground cameras, the video captures sights both along the Tuscan coastline (the region known as Maremma) as well as the fabled rolling hills of its interior.

Under the Golden Tuscan Sun

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The Golden Tuscany

skydrone

Golden Tuscany.  The very name of this drone video by contributor Skydrone evokes images the warm hues of this region of western Italy, a land of famous vineyards and wineries, brilliant Renaissance cities, and beautiful baronial estates.  The video features amazing bird's eye footage of some of Tuscany's most well-known sites, including Siena, Val D'Orcia, Montepulciano, Monteriggioni, Pienza,  and Volterra.  Enjoy the breathtaking bird's eye views of cyprus trees, and ancient seaside villages in this magnificent province.  

Famous Castle in Siena Province

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Monteriggioni Castle in Tuscany

jonaharding

On a visit to the Italian region of Tuscany, contributor Jonaharding was able to use a drone to film the  walled town of  Monteriggioni.  Situated in the inland province Siena, the town was built in the Middle Ages.  Its 14 towers are marvels of Italian architecture, and the rolling hills surrounding it, with their vineyards and ancient estates, are magnificent.  Enjoy the bird's eye views of this spectacular Italian comune, which was mentioned in Dante's 14th century epic poem Divine Inferno.  

Pisa: Home of the Leaning Tower

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Pisa by Drone - Leaning Tower in 4K

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The Tuscan town of Pisa is known around the world for its leaning tower, a bell tower which was constructed in the 12th century on ground which turned out to be too soft.  Now stabilized (if still tilted), the Leaning Tower of Pisa is flanked by the rows of picturesque streets and charming red roofs.  The 57 meter (186 ft.) building has become one of Italy's most iconic sites.  Drone pilot Gianlo also used the perfect lighting of the setting sun to create a postcard like feel for this idyllic cityscape.

Elba: Tuscany's Largest Island

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THE ISLAND OF ELBA

ZilverSchmitz

Elba is the largest and best known islands of Italy's Tuscany province.  It is part of a small archipelago which sits a short distance offshore of Piombino, between the Italian mainland and the (larger) French island Corsica to its west.  Contributor (and second annual Drone Video Award nominee) ZilverSchmitz took a drone on a trip to Elba, producing this amazing aerial look at this island, the location to which Napoleon Bonaparte was first exiled in 1814 prior to making his last stand at Waterloo.  

Drone Tour of Florence and Pisa

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Italy Travel Film | Firenze and Pisa Mavic Pro + Gopro 5

Karl Veca

The culturally rich and historically significant cities of Florance and Pisa are located in Italy's Tuscany region. Both Florence, known as the birthplace of the Renaissance, and Pisa, steeped with a background focused on maritime activity, have plenty to offer tourists, including landmarks such as the Historic Centre of Florence, Michelangelo's Statue of David, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Drone pilot Karl Veca used his DJI Mavic Pro to provide a perfect aerial glimpse of these two Italian cities.

Tuscany's Rolling Hills and Vineyards

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This is Tuscany

Tobias Hägg

Contributor Tobias Hagg has over 200k followers on Instagram, and it's because of videos like this two minute masterpiece from Italy.  It's shot over Tuscany, the famed region which occupies a portion of Italy's western coast on the Ligurian Sea and which gave birth to the Italian Renaissance.  Welcome to a land of rolling hills, vineyards, ancient baronial estates, and hilltop towns.  The video was shot on an ideal day for capturing the iconic Tuscan landscape: the entire scene is covered in a gentle mist.  

Chianti: The Heart of Tuscany

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Chianti (Italy)

Gioorig

Contributor Gioorig brings us this beautiful aerial view of an area called Chianti in the heart of Italy's Tuscany region.  It's a municipality that consists of several villages, three of which have "Chianti" as part of their name.  The area is in Siena, one of the southern provinces of the Tuscany region, roughly between the provincial capital Siena and the Tuscan capital city of Florence.  The area has been closely identified with winegrowing since at least the 13th century AD and possibly earlier.

Florence by Drone

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ITALY 🇮🇹 Florence. A 4K Drone Film

Nathan Jermy

Contributor Nathan Jermy created this inspiring drone video of Florence, the great city of the Italian Renaissance.  The opening and ending shots of the video focus on one of Florence's most famous landmarks: the Ponte Vecchio bridge, which spans 32 meters (just over 100 ft.) across the Arno River.  While there was a bridge here as long ago as Roman times, the current bridge was built in the 14th century and survived World War II intact despite damage to other parts of the city.

Pistoia: Ancient Town of Tuscany

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Pistoia - Tuscany - Italian Capital of Culture 2017

Lorenzo

Contributor Lorenzo created this beautiful drone video of a an ancient town in Italy which may be credited with the invention of the pistol.  Pistoia is a small town in Tuscany, a half hour's drive from the great city of Florence.  The extraordinarily well preserved Pistoia was settled well before Christ and is believed to be the city from which the pistol gun originated in the 16th century.  Watch the video and you'll get an epic bird's eye view of the Piazza del Duomo in the city center of this cultural and historical gem.

Manciano: Heart of Tuscany

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Ways to Manciano

T.E.S.T. Srls

Contributor T.E.S.T. Srls used a variety of drone-mounted and ground cameras to create this beautiful aerial portrait of Manciano, a town in west-central Italy.  It's in the province of Grosetto, the southernmost province of Italy's Tuscany region.  The area is known in part for a classical music festival which draws thousands of visitors.  The video was produced in order to highlight the extensive road and trail system available to bikers, who have discovered the beautiful rolling hills of the region.  

FPV Views of Florence

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FIRENZE | Like you've never seen it before

Team Farins

The title of this video would survive any truth-in-advertising claim; we guarantee it will give you a completely new perspective on the great Tuscan capital city of Florence (Firenze).  Created by FPV pilot Team Farins, the video was shot by mounting a small HD camera on a tiny 50 gram (about 2 oz.) micro drone, flown FPV with racing goggles.  With highly cinematic footage from such a tiny platform, you'll get some epic bird's eye views of some of the most well known sights in this historic city.  

The Val d'Orcia

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Toscana - Val d'Orcia

Luca T.
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Check out these beautiful aerial views of a well known valley in the Tuscany region of Italy, compliments of contributor Luca T.  The Val d'Orcia runs from the area south of Siena southwards to the lava dome of Monte Amiata, in the south-central part of the region.   A UNESCO World Heritage site known for its picturesque villages and wineries, the Val d' Orcia has been used to film numerous feature movies, including the English Patient (1996) and Gladiator (2000), and other somewhat less well-known titles.  

Sambuca Pistoiese, Pistoia

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Sambuca Pistoiese - Tuscany, Italy - A winter dawn

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The beauty of the Italian winter is quite clear in this stunning aerial video by Lorenzo. Shot in Sambuca Pistoiese in the west-central region known as Tuscany, the hills and valleys surrounding the historic town could not be more picturesque. The area is known for its mountains, flowing rivers, castles, and tranquil parish churches. It's situated in the province of Pistoia, one of the northernmost of the nine provinces (plus the metropolitan city of Florence) which make up the official region of Tuscany.   

Tuscany's "Alps"

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Apuan Alps

Mike24_ph

Tuscany has so much to offer in terms of its glorious cities and wineries that its mountains are sometimes overlooked.  That's a mistake though: the Apuan Alps in northern Tuscany offer some of the most spectacular natural sights in all of Italy.  They are considered a sub-range of the Appenine chain which runs down the "spine" of Italy; their highest peaks are just over 1.9k meters (around 4.4k ft.).  See them in this beautiful aerial video of the Apuans, compliments of contributor and drone pilot Mike24_ph.  

Five Days in Tuscany

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Five Days in Tuscany

JB Meert

This drone video by contributor JB Meert will give you a great sense of the many notable places in the Tuscany region of Italy.  It features footage from four top spots in the region, which covers much of west-central Italy and is comprised of nine separate provinces: Florence, the regional capital; Siena, the capital of the province of the same name; Carrara, in the province of Massa and Carrara; Montecatini Terme, in the province of Pistoia; and Lucca, capital of the eponymously named province.  

Capoliveri on the Island of Elba

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Capoliveri - Island of Elba, Tuscany

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Here's a nice look at the small island of Elba, which is situated off the western coast of Italy.  It's the largest in a group of islands called the Tuscan Archipelago, which are arrayed (as the name suggests) off the coast of the Tuscany region between the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian Seas, both of which are considered extensions of the Mediterranean.  The specific spot shown in this video by contributor kpax is the area around Capoliveri, which lies on a peninsula off the southeast part of the island.  

The Maremma Coastline

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GVM - Holidays in Maremma -

T.E.S.T. Srls

Top contributor T.E.S.T. Srls created this stunning drone video from Italy's Tuscan coastline.  It's an area called Maremma, which covers parts of southern Tuscany and parts of the northern Lazio region adjacent to them.  Situated on the Tyrrhenian Sea (considered an extension of the Mediterranean).  The area was once covered in marshland and almost inaccessible due to malaria, prior to the wetlands being drained in the 16th century.  That was then; now it's one of mainland Italy's top beach areas.  

The Rolling Hills of Chianti

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TOSCANA 2010

franllano

Italy's Tuscany region is partially covered in mountains (the Appenine chain which runs down the "spine" of Italy) but it's probably better known for its hills.  The famous Tuscan rolling hills are an area of Tuscany which lie in the triangle formed by Florence, Siena, and Arezzo, between the mountains (to the east) and the sea (to the west).  Known as Chianti, it's also home to some of the world's most famous winegrowing areas.  Check out these beautiful hills from above in this drone video by contributor franllano.  

Marble Quarry in Massa-Carrara

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Marble Quarry of Massa-Carrara

Enrico Pescantini

The area around Carrara in Tuscany, Italy is known for its marble quarries.  Located about an hour northwest of Florence in the province of Massa & Carrara, it has been supplying Italy (and the world) high quality marble since Roman times.  One of the Carrara quarries was used to film part of the chase scene which opened the 2008 James Bond film Quantum of Solace, the 24th of the series.  In this video by Enrico Pescantini, you'll get a bird's eye view of one of the famed Carrara marble quarries.  

Pitigliano, Groseto Province

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pitigliano vs mavic 2 pro

Manutoni24

Here's a beautiful aerial view of a town in Italy's Tuscany region, compliments of Manutoni24. Pitigliano is located in the province of Grosetto, near the center of Tuscany.  Like most old Tuscan towns, Pitigliano was settled by the Etruscan Civilization which pre-dated the rise of Rome. It is known as Little Jerusalem for the Jewish community which has existed here for eons.  Since the 13th century, the town has been the capital of the surrounding county, and in the 15th century it came under the control of Sienna.  

Arezzo's Cross of Pratomagno

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Pratomagno (Italy) - Loro Ciuffenna (AR)

Gioorig

Check out this amazing drone video of a well-known landmark in Italy's Tuscany region, compliments of contributor Gioorig.  It's called the Cross of Pratomagno, and its sits atop one of the mountains of the Pratomagno masif in Arezzo, the easternmost of the provinces which make up Tuscany.  The iron cross, completed in 1928, sits atop the crest of the main mountain ridge. This masif, which is part of the Appenine Mountains range, has a peak elevation of just under 1.6k meters (about 5.3k ft.). 

Walled Town in Lucca

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Castiglione di Garfagnana

Brand07

Take an aerial tour of a famous walled town in Italy's Tuscany region, compliments of Brand07.  The Castiglione di Garfagnana is situated on a hillside above the River Esarulo in Lucca, one of the northwesternmost provinces which make up the official Tuscany region of west-central Italy.  Located near an important pass inthe Appenine Mountains, the fortified town was built during the Middle Ages atop the ruins of an old Roman fort.  It was beseiged multiple times, into the Early Modern period.  

Holed Mountain in the Apuan Alps

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The Italian Mount Drilled - Apuan Alps

ziomarc

Contributor Ziomarc brings us this excellent video from one of the most iconic spots in the mountains of Tuscany, Italy.  It's called Monte Forato, which means "Holed Mountain" in Italian.  Its two adjacent peaks, which sit at an altitude of around 1.2k meters or just over 4k ft., form the arch which gives the mountain its name and which you'll see clearly in the video.  Located in the province of Lucca, it's part of the Apuan Alps, the northernmost sub-chain of the Appenines range that runs down the "spine" of Italy.

Mountainous Pistoia

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Lago Piatto - Abetone

Dani Massaro

Check out this awesome drone video from the mountains of Italy's Tuscany region, compliments of content creator Dani Massaro. The video was filmed around the town of Abetone in Pistoia, one of the northernmost of the ten provinces which make up the Tuscany region.  The terrain here is distinctly mountainous - it's in the Appenine Mountains, which form the border with the Emilia Romagna region to the north and east of Tuscany. The video also captures the beautiful Lago Piatto alpine lake.  

San Gimignano, Siena Province

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Mavic Pro 4K - San Gimignano

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Check out this drone video of a well-known walled medieval town in Italy's Tuscany region.  San Gimignano is in Siena, one of the nine provinces which make up this region of west-central Italy.  Known for its extremely well-preserved architecture, the town center has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site.  The video features footage of some of the town's best-known landmarks, including the Palazzo Comunale, the Collegiate Church, the Church of Sant' Agostino and more.

The Bridges of Florence

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Florence, Italy

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Florence, Italy, the capital of the country's Tuscany region, is situated on the banks of the Arno River, one of the country's most important waterways.  As much as any city on earth, the city is inseparabe from its bridges.  In this drone video by Lego, you'll get a marvelous bird's eye view of the great city's numerous spans.  The centerpiece is the Ponte Vecchio with its distinctive enclosed design.  The current rendition dates to the 14th century, but it's believed there was a bridge here during Roman times.  

Highlights of Florence

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Florence the history the love the art

johny kondakjian photography

Behold this amazing tour of Florence, Italy by contributor Johny Kondakjian Photography.  The video primarily consists of aerial footage he captured by flying his drone over the great Tuscan city with epic bird's eye views of the Dumo and Bell Tower, the Palazzo Vecchio, and other top sights.  The beauty of the Tuscan city has led to numerous movie appearances; for example, Florence was the shooting location for the second act of the 2001 blockbuster Hannibal starring Anthony Hopkins. 

Pisa and Florence

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Pisa & Florence | Tuscany | Italy | Europe

Joe Paskes

Take a look at these breathtaking aerial views by contributor Joe Paskes of two of the greatest historical and cultural gems of Italy: the Tuscan cities of Pisa and Florence.  Pisa footage includes its iconic Leaning Tower as well as the  Piazza dei Miracoli and its Bapistry.  From there you'll be taken to Florence, the regional capital and birthplace of the Renaissance.  Here, you'll get some great views of the iconic Duomo, the famous Ponte Veccio bridge, the Palazzo Vecchio, and more. 

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