Let's start with a sunset shot from the terrace of my hotel, looking upriver.
A few hours later, looking down the River Arno, the Ponte Vecchio glistened.
It is loaded with silver and jewelry shops.
A reproduction of Michelangelo's David stands outside the city hall of Firenze.
The original is now in the Accademia. This reproduction has stood here for about 150 years.
Cosimo de Medici, the Grand Duke of Tuscany, sits astride his horse outside the city hall of Firenze.
Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore is the Duomo of Firenze. The best known feature is this 15th century dome by Brunelleschi. The front was finished in the 19th century.
I expect you will see that when I show daytime images.
And, Il Porcellino (literally, the piglet, but actually a boar) stands at the end of the Marceto Nuovo ("new market"). The original bronze statue is in the Uffizi. This reproduction dates to 2008.
Local tradition says that if you place a coin in its mouth and let it drop into the fountain,
you will have good luck. If you rub its snout, you will return to Florence.