Feathers in the San Marco District (east):

SM1: On top of a rooftop crane across the street from the Palazzo Della Signoria.

SM2: On a beam on the wall above a tailor’s storefront.

SM3: On a beam sticking out the east wall of a partially crumbling building.

SM4: Hidden just under the northwest edge of Santa Croce’s roof.

SM5: At the corner of some scaffolding atop a ruined building.

SM6: In front of a window overlooking a little courtyard.


SM7: On top of the scaffolding above yet another ruined building.

Above: Actually, that’s pretty hard to see… 

Above: Ah, much better 

SM8: On a beam jutting out from the east side of a three-story building.

SM9: Floating above a door at the north end of the Ospedale Degli Innocenti’s west wall.


Feathers in the Santa Maria Novella District (west):

SMN1: On the rooftop directly to the east of the dome on San Lorenzo.

Above: Sadly, we grabbed the feather before we could take a picture, but this is exactly where we found it. 

SMN2: On top of a decorative archway.

Above: Again, we grabbed the feather too quickly. But this is the landmark you’re looking for. 

SMN3: In front of a third-story window on a house just north of the Mercato Vecchio.


SMN4: On a covered statue standing on a pillar at the center of the Mercato Vecchio.

SMN5: Hidden in front of a rose window at the top of Santa Maria Novella’s southern facade.

SMN6: In front of a small, easily accessed window.

SMN7: On a beam overlooking the water, which can be easily spotted by looking west from the bridge.

SMN8: On a beam sticking out of the inside of Florence’s city wall. This one’s a little tricky – you’ll need to run up the wall and jump sideways from each of the lower beams to reach it.

SMN9: On top of a beam jutting out from the city’s northwest wall, just before it bends northward.