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Bru·nel·le·schi

 (bro͞o′nə-lĕs′kē), Filippo 1377-1446.
Italian architect celebrated for his work during the Florentine Renaissance. His greatest achievement is the octagonal ribbed dome of the Florence cathedral.

Brunelleschi

(Italian brunelˈleski)
n
(Biography) Filippo (fiˈlippo). 1377–1446, Italian architect, whose works in Florence include the dome of the cathedral, the Pazzi chapel of Santa Croce, and the church of San Lorenzo

Bru•nel•les•chi

(ˌbrun lˈɛs ki)

also Bru•nel•les•co

(-koʊ) ,

n.
Filippo, 1377?–1446, Italian architect.
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It is an art haven where street painters replicate great masterpieces, which is not surprising as many great names Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, Botticelli, Dante Alighieri, Donatello and Filippo Brunelleschi have called Florence home.
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It is assumed to have been invented by the architect Filippo Brunelleschi in his experiments on the sacred site between the Cathedral of Florence and its Baptistery in the mid 1420s.
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The city that gave birth to the Renaissance was also home to numerous historical luminaries such as Leonard da Vinci, Dante Alighieri, Filippo Brunelleschi, Michelangelo, Machiavelli, the Medici family and many others.
The offer includes three nights' accommodation at the Brunelleschi in Florence on a B&B basis, followed by a further seven nights at the four star Palace Hotel on the Tuscany Coast on a B&B basis.
The offer includes three nights accommodation at the Brunelleschi in Florence on a B&B basis, followed by a further seven nights at the four star Palace Hotel on the Tuscany Coast on a B&B basis.
However, the dramatic change in representation occurred when, around 1413, Filippo Brunelleschi (1377-1446) in Florence developed the principles of geometric linear perspective (2).