Florence is littered with endless statues, and we managed to see quite a few,
If those statues came to life I wonder what they might tell us?
Like castles on the shores of the Rhine, there are only so many statues you can take photos of. Below are some of those I thought significant
Michelangelo’s David directs his warning gaze at someone else.
The impressive muscles of Baccio Bandinelli’s Hercules from 1533. The worked-out demi-god is pulling the hair of Cacus, who will be clubbed and strangled.
Achilles with Polyxena in arm, stepping over her brother’s body
Menelaus supporting the body of Patroclus, in the Loggia dei Lan
Statue of Hercules killing the Centaur by Giambologna in Loggia dei Lanzi. Piazza della Signoria.
On the back of the Loggia there are six marble female statues, probably coming from the Trajan’s Foro in Rome, discovered in 1541 and brought to Florence in 1789