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Ponte Vecchio

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Tiziana
Tiziana
October 29, 2018
Ponte Vecchio is the one symbols of the city and the one of the most famous bridge in the world
Maurizio
Maurizio
September 08, 2018
The oldest bridge in Florence with lovely shops.
Stefanie
Stefanie
August 22, 2018
Famous bridge with shops and live music.
James
James
June 14, 2018
Sightseeing and shopping
Mario
Mario
May 01, 2018
everybody knows it right?:)

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Ubicación
Firenze, Toscana 50125