Moovit provides free maps and live directions to help you navigate through your city. Among the most significant finds we can find stelae in stone, votive bronzes, the great bronze lioness, terracotta, marble statues, Lombard burials, etc. "They Clamor for Our Attention". He is noted for his portrait busts. Mino's sculpture is remarkable for its finish and delicacy of details, as well as for its spirituality and strong devotional feeling. Next to it, the church of Santa Maria Primerana, an oratory mentioned since 966. The wall monuments exercised Mino's skills: portraits and bas-reliefs are worked into complex tectonic aedicular structures with elaborate highly individualistic decorative moldings. The closest stations to Piazza Mino Da Fiesole are: These Bus lines stop near Piazza Mino Da Fiesole: 47, 7. The presence of civilization on the hills is very ancient and there are still many traces of it today. Info: Click on the Bus route to see step by step directions with maps, line arrival times and updated time schedules. Web: www.ilmioviaggiointoscana.com Get huge discounts on holidays to Piazza Mino Da Fiesole, Fiesole FI, Italy with dnata Travel, with more choice, more flexibility and lowest prices guaranteed. From Piazzale Della Resistenza, Scandicci 88 min. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IlmioviaggioinToscana/, Fiesole, Florence’s most important neighbour, Toscana Italy 2018-2020 © All rights reserved -, https://www.instagram.com/ilmioviaggiointoscana/, https://www.facebook.com/IlmioviaggioinToscana/. It is doubtful if all the monuments there attributed to him are of his own hands; there is no question about the tomb of the Florentine Francesco Tornabuoni in the Church of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, the remains of the monument to Pope Paul II in the crypt of St. Peter's, and the beautiful little marble tabernacle for the holy oils in St. Maria in Trastevere bears the inscription Opus Mini. Continuing you will reach the Monastery of San Francesco. Piazza Mino da Fiesole is closed by the picturesque Praetorian Palace (the town hall), fronted by the monument with The meeting of Teano (equestrian bronze statues of Vittorio Emmanuele II and Garibaldi). The complex (church and convent) occupies the ancient Etruscan fortress. The Theater, the most fascinating space in the archaeological complex, was built towards the end of the 1st century BC. On the north side of the main square of Fiesole, Piazza Mino, there is the entrance to the Archaeological Park, one of the most important in Tuscany. Panoramic Views, Stonemasons, and Leonardo da Vinci. You have been successfully registered! Find holidays across the world at surprisingly low prices. Next to it, the church of Santa Maria Primerana, an oratory mentioned since 966. Arriving at the top of this road you are faced with a wonderful panorama of all Florence. You know, that the city already lived at the beginning of the 19th century in the shadow of its most powerful neighbor, who finally conquered it in 1125 and whose history he then shared. Art historians have revelled in the extraordinary diversity of contemporary and ancient sources that Mino marshaled in these tombs, which distinguish him from other sculptors active in mid quattrocento Florence (Zuraw 1998). Virgin Annunciate c. 1455-1460 (National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.) , Of Mino's earlier works, the finest are in the cathedral of Fiesole, the altarpiece and tomb of Bishop Leonardo Salutati (died 1466). The following transit lines have routes that pass near Piazza Mino Da Fiesole. Directions to Piazza Mino da Fiesole (Fiesole) with public transportation. Founder of ” Il mio viaggio in Toscana ” (My trip to Tuscany), through its social networks, Instagram and Facebook, gives everyone the opportunity to discover Florence and Tuscany from close up. It is about 35,000 square meters. His most arduous and complicated commissions, which define his intellectual and artistic nature, are an altarpiece and tombs for the church of the Benedictine monastery in Florence known as the Badia. The skyline of the gentle hilly slopes gives way to the historic center of the city where the magnificent architectural structures of Florence stand out, including the imposing Brunelleschi’s Dome, the fascinating Piazzale Michelangelo and the glorious Palazzo Vecchio.