Being a wedding photographer in Florence Italy for me who was born and lived in this city is the most natural thing that can exist. Florence, one of the most renowned cities in Italy, for its history and art, along with Rome and Venice, is a must for tourists from all over the world.

Founded by the Etruscans 150 years B.C. And then later became a Roman colony, in medieval times it is the Italian city with the largest number of inhabitants.

Florence is the place where the Renaissance was born, due in particular to the Dei Medici family, rich bankers, for whom the best artists of the age worked, such as Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raffaello, Masaccio, Brunelleschi etc. Its most important monuments are: The Duomo (S. Maria del Fiore) with its dome its baptistery and its bell tower covered with white and green marble, construction work started in 1296 and ends only in 1436, the church is the third largest in the world and is particularly famous for its dome made of innovative techniques for the era by Filippo Brunelleschi.

Palazzo Vecchio, with its typical medieval style architecture, with inside its collections of famous paintings and sculptures. The Uffizi gallery, one of the museums with the largest art collection in the world, where over 2 million tourists visit each year, inside Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raffaello, Cimabue, Caravaggio , Giotto, Titian, Rubens, Dürer, Rembrandt, Botticelli and so on. Palazzo Pitti, residence of the Pitti Family and later of the Medici. Ponte Vecchio, the oldest bridge in Florence with its goldsmith shops built directly above its sides. The church of Santa Croce, with its dimensions and architecture in Gothic style.

Florence is also the ideal city to organize a wedding, with a civil ceremony inside the Red Room or the Salone of 500 in the Palazzo Vecchio. With a Catholic religious rite in one of its many churches, with Russian Orthodox rite in the Russian Orthodox Church of the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ and St. Nicholas, in the Lutheran Church with Rite in German, in the American Episcopal Church of Saint James in the Synagogue Of Florence or the largest Israeli temple.

I obviously as a wedding photographer in Florence, I have done many wedding photoshoots in this city over time, many Italian and foreign couples choose the city of Florence for the day of their wedding, symbolic marriages can be made, as well as weddings with civil and religious ceremonies, in Hotels and villas in Florence or its surroundings, to name a few of the most famous where I have taken wedding photography services: Belmond Villa San Michele in Fiesole, Hotel St. Regis in Florence, Hotel Four Season in Florence, Villa Cora in Florence, Villa Di Maiano in Fiesole, Villa Montalto Florence, Palazzo Borghese Florence, Grand Hotel Cavour Florence.

Florence is also rich in unique and fascinating locations where you can then take photos with the spouses alone or where to take engagement or family portraits, love stories, especially in the historic center of the city between its medieval streets and its monuments, in Piazza Signoria with his David of Michelangelo and the view of Palazzo Vecchio and the Uffizi, on Old Bridge among tourists, on the Lungarni with the view of its bridges, at Piazzale Michelangelo with all the panorama of the city taken from the high.

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