Piazza San Firenze

Located behind Palazzo Vecchio and close to Bargello, Piazza San Firenze owes its name to a building dedicated to St. Fiorenzo, which stood where now stands the monumental baroque complex of St. Filippo Neri (used until recently as a venue of the Court). It is located in front of Palazzo Gondi, a fine example of residential architecture in Florence from the 15th century, designed by Giuliano da San Gallo and expanded in the 19th century.