Piazza Santa Croce, Firenze

Piazza Santa Croce in Florence owes its name to the basilica of the homonymous basilica, one of the largest Franciscan churches in Italy famous as well as for preserving the frescoes by Giotto, sculptures of Benedetto da Maiano, Desiderio da Settignano and Canova, but also for being the burial place of great personalities such as of Galilei, Foscolo, Michelangelo and Machiavelli becoming a symbol of the homeland even before the unification of Italy.Being very large and regular in shape, the square was already an ideal place for popular competitions during the Renaissance, such as the historic Florentine football, which is still played here today.With our camera, we will play with the incredible perspectives, creating images that go beyond visible reality.

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