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Florence, Tuscany, Italy
Via de' Tornabuoni, or Via Tornabuoni, is a streets of the center of Florence, Italy, that goes from Antinori square to Ponte Santa Trinita, across Santa Trinita square, characterized by the presence of fashion boutiques.
The street houses high fashion boutiques, belonging to stylists such as Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, Enrico Coveri, Roberto Cavalli, Emilio Pucci and others.
Historical buildings on Via Tornabuoni include:
East side starting from Arno:
- Palazzo Spini Feroni, 14th century, site of Salvatore Ferragamo Museum
- Palazzo Buondelmonti (in Santa Trinita square), 15th century
- Palazzo Bartolini Salimbeni (in Santa Trinita square), designed by Baccio d'Agnolo and built in 1517-1520 in late-Renaissance Style
- Palazzo Medici Tornaquinci, 15th century
- Palazzo Altoviti Sangalletti, it was the host of Caffé Doney since 19th century
- Palazzo Gherardi Uguccioni or Alamanni
- Palazzo Strozzi (1489–1534)
- Palazzo Tornabuoni, a large Palace built in the 16th century
West side starting from Arno:
- One of the palazzi dei Gianfigliazzi, Lungarno Corsini corner
- Torre dei Gianfigliazzi, 13th century
- Basilica di Santa Trinita
- Palazzo Minerbetti;
- Palazzo Strozzi del Poeta (or Giaconi)
- Palazzo del Circolo dell'Unione (or Corsi and della Commenda da Castiglione), built in 1559 under design by Vasari
- Palazzo Dudley
- Palazzo Viviani della Robbia, by Giovan Battista Foggini
- Palazzetto Tornabuoni
- Palazzo Larderel, or Palazzo Giacomini, by Giovanni Dosio
In Piazza degli Antinori (Antinori Square), adjacent to the northern Terminus of Via Tornabuoni, are the following buildings:
- Palazzo Antinori, built between 1461 and 1469, and designed by Giuliano da Maiano
- Chiesa dei Santi Michele e Gaetano (Church of Saints Michael and Gaetano), a masterpiece of Florentine Baroque architecture (a much more detailed presentation of this church, including photographs, is available on an Italian language Wikipedia page titled Chiesa dei Santi Michele e Gaetano).
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