Our first glimpse of Giotto's Campanile.
The facade of the Duomo, Brunelleschi's dome and Giotto's Campanile
From left to right, the Baptistry, the facade of the Duomo, Brunelleschi's dome and Giotto's campanile
The facade of Il Duomo del S. Maria di Fiori
The facade of the Duomo and Giotto's campanile
The facade of the Duomo is constructed of white marble from Carrara and green and pink Italian marble.
The facade of the Duomo
Filippo Brunelleschi was the architect for the dome for Florence's cathedral.
Four million bricks were used to build Brunelleschi's Dome.
Brunelleschi's dome is 45 meters wide, the largest masonry dome ever built.
Il Duomo and Giotto's Campanile
Students on an art field trip were drawing the Baptistery doors, with the facade of the Duomo behind them.
Doors of Il Duomo
Stone carving on the facade of Il Duomo
The Landern of Brunalleschi's dome
Baptistery in the foreground
The Campanile and Duomo from the Boboli Gardens
Michangelo's sculpture "La Pieta'" in the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo (The Duomo Museum)
Details of one of the side walls of the Duomo, showing the white, the green and the pink marble.
Giotto's Campanile and Brunelleschi's dome at the Duomo
The facade of the Duomo and Giotto's Campanile
Details of the stone facade of the Duomo
The facade of the Duomo, the dome and the campanile