Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, a symbol of Florence. A Catholic church with a large red-roofed cupola (dome) and a geometric marble exterior wall. It took 600 years to complete everything, and you can see the architectural styles of various eras such as the early Renaissance style and the neo-Gothic style based on the Gothic style.
Florence, the capital of Tuscany in central Italy, amassed its wealth in the 14th century through the woolen textile and financial industries and prospered as the center of the Renaissance. The city's precious paintings and buildings left behind by masters such as Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, and Michelangelo are still a valuable element of the city's color. Praised as a "Roofless Museum," this beautiful medieval city is bustling with tourists from all over the world.