Historical Pictures of Firenze

Here are pictures of Firenze(Italy) from the past... Firenze how it was long time ago...
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1850: the old market in Piazza della Repubblica. The column is still there!

1850: the old market in Piazza della Repubblica. The column is still there!

1600: playing soccer on Via Tornabuoni.

1600: playing soccer on Via Tornabuoni.

1942-1945: Ponte alle Grazie after bombing during World War II

1942-1945: Ponte alle Grazie after bombing during World War II

In 1800 Via Calimala was called Via Calimara and it was smaller. Here is how it appeared from Piazza della Repubblica (imagine to have the column on your right)

In 1800 Via Calimala was called Via Calimara and it was smaller. Here is how it appeared from Piazza della Repubblica (imagine to have the column on your right)

1843: Via Calzaiuoli just before the enlargment and restlyling of the area

1843: Via Calzaiuoli just before the enlargment and restlyling of the area

1900: Via Calzaiuoli. Sidewalks apart, it looked like today!)

1900: Via Calzaiuoli. Sidewalks apart, it looked like today!)

1942-1944: ponte Santa Trinita approximately restored by americans during Second War Warld

1942-1944: ponte Santa Trinita approximately restored by americans during Second War Warld

San Lorenzo Market

San Lorenzo Market

1900: Piazza della Repubblica, pretty the same as today! Note that Colonna dell'Abbondanza is not there! Where is it?

1900: Piazza della Repubblica, pretty the same as today! Note that Colonna dell'Abbondanza is not there! Where is it?

Palazzo Corsi Tornabuoni on Via Tornabuoni right before 1857, when it was partially destroyed to enlarge the street

Palazzo Corsi Tornabuoni on Via Tornabuoni right before 1857, when it was partially destroyed to enlarge the street

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