Don't miss Santa Croce church while you are in Florence. It is a holy place, and it is full of Renaissance art. You will see 14th century paintings by Giotto, sculptures by Donatello, and memorials over the graves of Michelangelo, Galileo, Dante Alighieri, Machiavelli, and Rossini just to name a few. You can even see the statute that is the influence for the statue of Liberty in New York Harbor. There is an entrance fee of about 5 eruo, but it is worth it. You can stay inside as long as you like, and I recommend and audio tour to fully see and appreciate all the beautiful art. We didn't have the audio tour, and we were able to see everything, but the experience would have been richer if we had had it.
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