National Geographic : 1928 Apr
MAN AND NATURE PAINT ITALIAN SCENES IN PRODIGAL COLORS ACROSS THE ARNO AT FLORENCE RUNS BRIDGE, MARKET, AND ART GALLERY IN ONE In all the world there is no other bridge quite like the Ponte Vecchio. On each side of the roadway are jewelry shops, while above runs an enclosed passage, its walls hung with portraits, connecting the Uffizi Art Gallery on one bank with the Pitti Gallery on the other. © National Geographic Society Autochromes by Hans Hildenbrand A NOBLE SWEEP OF GOTHIC STAIRS IN VERONA Learned jurists in flowing robes have often climbed this stairway, for in medieval times the building was the Palace of Justice. This two-toned style of facade spread over Italy from. Florence.