High relief of St. George with dragon in gate of Costa San Giorgio, Via San Leonardo, Florence, Firenze Tuscany, Italy, Europe : Stock Photo
High relief of St. George with dragon in gate of Costa San Giorgio, Via San Leonardo, Florence, Firenze Tuscany, Italy, Europe : Stock Photo

High relief of St. George with dragon in gate of Costa San Giorgio, Via San Leonardo, Florence, Firenze Tuscany, Italy, Europe

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Porta San Giorgio is one of the city gates of Florence and is located in the Oltrarno district between Via San Leonardo and Costa San Giorgio. On the external facade it stands out the double arch with a bas -relief dating back to the fourteenth century, depicting St. George slaying the dragon, designed by Andrea da Pontedera now replaced by a copy, the original is preserved in Palazzo Vecchio.

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