Instagram Travel Photography: Beautiful Florence, Italy


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Beautiful Florence

Florence, Italy

Instagram Travel Photography

Italy is filled with spectacular things to see and do, and the wonderful city of Florence is certainly no exception. Except Rome, I am not sure there is a place in Italy that has as much incredible history for visitors to explore. Not to mention, the city was at the epicenter of the Renaissance, so there is an extraordinary amount of art and culture to explore in Florence as well. One of my favorite photos that I took while we were touring Italy is this shot of the city’s beautiful skyline at sunset. There is something so comforting about being in Florence and this photo perfectly encapsulates that feeling that I had when I was there.



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12 comments

  1. Loved our visit there in Florence.

  2. Florence was my favorite city I visited when I went to Italy. There’s just so much art in the city I felt like it was just immersed in it.

  3. Great photo! Florence is amazing!

  4. Florence… you motivated me to visit it. Seems like a special place for travel blogging!

  5. We will visit Florence in the fall! Thank you for the post and beautiful pictures 😊

  6. Spectacular view of Italy

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