|Early morning light in Piazza della Signoria|
Clara and her mother are American tourists vacationing in Florence. Margaret talks (and sings) with her daughter about the city’s history, which began here, in Piazza della Signora. They stroll, passing a statue of David. Suddenly, Clara’s straw hat catches in the breeze and lands at the feet of a dashing young Italian—Fabrizio.
|A copy of Michelangelo’s David, in Piazza della Signora|
Clara and Margaret tour the Ufizzi, one of Europe’s great museums—and Fabrizio appears. Later, as they visit the Duomo (Basilica de Santa Maria del Fiore, the majestic cathederal of Florence), there is Fabrizio again.
|David, in Piazzale Michelangelo|
|View of Florence from the hill|
Fabrizio works in his father’s tie shop in the Piazza della Repubblica, just one of the city’s light-filled spaces where, surely, the characters in this charming musical must have strolled—and where tourists will always find delight.
|Piazza della Repubblica|
|Piazza Santa Maria Novella|
|Piazza San Marco|
|Piazza San Spirito|
|Piazza della Santissima Annunziata|
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