Welcome to the world of Florence trivia! Florence is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy and it's filled with history and culture. From the famous Ponte Vecchio to the marvelous Piazza della Signoria and the majestic Duomo di Firenze, Florence is a stunning city to explore. Take a step back in time with this Florence-themed quiz and see how much you know about this ancient city. Test your knowledge on its culture, its art, its architecture and its history. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just learning about this beautiful city, this trivia will challenge everyone to show off their Florence knowledge. So, get ready and let's get started!
1) What year was the Florence Baptistery built?
2) What is the most popular tourist site in Florence?
3) Who painted the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel?
4) What river flows through Florence?
5) What type of government was Florence during the late Middle Ages?
6) What is the name of the two-sided sculpture of David, located in Florence?
7) In what year did Florence become the capital of Italy?
8) What is the primary language spoken in Florence?
9) What is Florence known as in Italy?
10) Who was the first ruler of Florence?
11) What is the oldest bridge in Florence?
12) What type of structure is the Basilica di Santa Croce?
13) What is the current population of Florence?
14) Who founded the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze?
15) What is the main museum in Florence?
16) What is the primary economic activity in Florence?
17) What is the main industry in Florence?
18) What is the name of Florence's main city hall?
19) What type of building was the Palazzo Medici?
20) What is the approximate age of Florence's old town?
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