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Mercato Nuovo, Florence

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  • Just a place where we are all stalls selling stuff to hide anything of who knows what I mean
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  • A very characteristic, a market under arcades, full of stalls where you can find many different products a skin, the only disappointment that most of the sellers are Tunisians or anything, I would expect tanners Florentines as usual! Another positive note we had a snack with a sandwich with Lampredotto (yummy) accompanied by a good glass of wine!
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  • It is definitely not a must-see point, however the permanent flow of people who stroll down via dei Calzauoli, is very likely to pass before the porch covered in the new market, located just in front of the Church of Orsanmichele. It is located close to the Plaza de la Republica, and Pocellino Mercato is also called because the own gate of the new market is the source of the boar, affectionately known by Florentines as the pig actually is what remains of an old market where goldsmiths and prestigious Florentine silk handicraft products are exposed , but it is a building of great elegance and solemnity. Its plant square raised on pillars and open through towering arches of half point has a poise aesthetic rather than outstanding. You can find souvenirs and mainly leather goods intended for the average tourist. If you served this comment, can mark it as useful, to help other travelers to schedule your trip to Florence.
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