The 16th-Century “Colossus” sculpture located in Florence, Italy has internal chambers that are hidden from view.

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A giant 16th-century sculpture in Florence, Italy, known as the “Colossus,” has entire rooms hidden inside. This remarkable piece of artwork was created by Italian sculptor Giambologna in 1579. The sculpture stands at over 18 feet tall and is made of marble.

The impressive “Colossus” sculpture has been described as a “masterpiece of Italian Mannerism.” Its hidden interior contains several rooms, including a chapel and an art gallery. Visitors can explore the sculpture and its hidden rooms, and marvel at Giambologna’s incredible achievement.

Discover the Giant 16th-Century “Colossus” in Florence, Italy

Unveil the secrets of the huge 16th-century sculpture known as the “Colossus” in Florence, Italy. Created by Italian sculptor Giambologna in 1579, this remarkable piece of artwork stands at over 18 feet tall and is made of marble. It is a masterpiece of Italian Mannerism and is home to several rooms, including a chapel and an art gallery. Explore the sculpture and its hidden interior, and be amazed by Giambologna’s incredible achievement.

The sculpture “Colossus” was created by Giambologna in the late 1500s.

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The god of the mountain, located in Florence, Italy, is a towering 35 feet in height.

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This model illustrates the interior of the colossus

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A 16th-century sculpture located in Florence, Italy, known as the “Colossus” contains entire rooms hidden inside of it.

Image credits: Andreas Angelidakis

These photos show some of the secret caves located within his depths.

Image credits: Andreas Angelidakis
Image credits: Andreas Angelidakis
Image credits: Andreas Angelidakis
Image credits: Andreas Angelidakis

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