Florentine Landmark An historic public corridor, used for art and espionage, is opening for the first time in centuries in Florence, Italy. TheVasari Corridor was a Renaissance passageway linking palaces and public buildings on both sides of the River Arno. It also allowed rulers of the Medici family to keep an eye on the public ... now it will give Florentine residents a spectacular view of their city. NPR''s Sylvia Poggioli reports.
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Florentine Landmark

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Florentine Landmark

Florentine Landmark

Florentine Landmark

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An historic public corridor, used for art and espionage, is opening for the first time in centuries in Florence, Italy. TheVasari Corridor was a Renaissance passageway linking palaces and public buildings on both sides of the River Arno. It also allowed rulers of the Medici family to keep an eye on the public ... now it will give Florentine residents a spectacular view of their city. NPR''s Sylvia Poggioli reports.