Another Galilei’s home

Vincenzo Galilei's homePhotography by Carlos Dorce

Vincenzo Galilei’s home
Photography by Carlos Dorce

Young Galileo Galilei spent his days around the current arcaded Piazza Vettovaglie running between the market shops. This part of Pisa is very interesting because you can see how Pisa was in the XVIth century and you can also imagine how those days in Galileo Galilei’s life were. Near this emblematic square there is the Borgo Stretto where you can find Vincenzo Galilei’s house in the days when Galileo was born:

Photography by Carlos Dorce

Photography by Carlos Dorce

This was another step in my scientific day in Pisa one week ago.

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