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Palazzo Lanfranchi Palazzo Lanfranchi
This palazzo takes its name from the Lanfranchi family who re-structured it and lived in it from 1539. ...
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Palazzo Lanfreducci, called ‘Alla Giornata’ Palazzo Lanfreducci, called ‘Alla Giornata’
The palazzo was built for Fra Francesco Lanfreducci, Knight of Malta, in 1607, by the Florentine architect Cosimo ...
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Palazzo Mosca , inizio XII- XVII secolo Palazzo Mosca , inizio XII- XVII secolo
Palazzo Mosca is a combination of several buildings dating from the late 12th century and after. ...
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Palazzo Pretorio Palazzo Pretorio
The aim of alterations in the 18th and 19th centuries was to renovate buildings and change their medieval ...
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Palazzo Reale, National Museum Palazzo Reale, National Museum
Palazzo Reale is the result of architectural renovations by will of Grand Duke Francis I de’ Medici (1583-1587) ...
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Palazzo Reale, Royal Palace Palazzo Reale, Royal Palace
This palazzo, designed by the architect Bernardo Buontalenti, was built between 1583 and1587 by will of the Grand ...
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Palazzo Roncioni Palazzo Roncioni
This building, standing beside Palazzo Toscanelli, was created out of several medieval towers. ...
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Palazzo Salviati Palazzo Salviati
This palazzo is an agglomeration of medieval buildings, joined to one another by the Ciampolini family, 14th ...
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Palazzo Toscanelli (once Lanfranchi), State Archives Palazzo Toscanelli (once Lanfranchi), State Archives
The first owner of the old building was Bartolomeo Lanfranchi who bought it in 1505. ...
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Palazzo Vecchio de’ Medici / Prefecture Palazzo Vecchio de’ Medici / Prefecture
The building on Lungarno Mediceo began as an ancient casa torre belonging to Albizone, a nobleman, in the 11th ...
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