The famous Campanile of Giotto, is a 82 meters high, free-standing campanile. It belongs to Santa Maria del Fiore the Duomo (cathedral) of Florence and was designed by the famous artist whom it got it's name from. Unfortunately Giotto di Bondone, better known by his first name, died during the construction of his work. It was continued by Andrea Pisano and later completed by Francesco Talenti. Apart from an architect, Giotto di Bondone was also a painter and sculptor. Some of the friezes in the campanile are his. Although Giotto was unable to finish the campanile, it is still known worldwide under his name, although others collaborated with him on the construction of the project.
Descending the Piazzale degli Uffizi from Piazza della Signoria to the river we came to a sort of lookout where we saw the famous Ponte Vecchio. It's a beautiful place in Florence that's curious, as are the locks that appear for the first time in the book of Federico Moccia "De tre metri sopra il zeal".