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Dominican monastery that serves as a distinguished monument to the religious and artistic history of Florence, which features valuable examples of Florentine paintings from the 14th and 15th centuries..
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This church was basically completed in the mid-1300s and has a different style than the others, but is difficult to describe. Dante spent some time here, trying to perfect the Meridian Line in the church, which I think was recently added to the floor. St....More
Our Italian friends had suggested we visit here as it tends to be one of the more underrated attractions of Florence. They were right! The building is very much larger than it appears from the outside and the many frescoes and artworks displayed inside are...More
Fantastic church to view which is surprisingly large with many places to look.
Small charge of 7.50 euro per adult.
Saw many historical paintings and sculptures as well as many monuments and graves.
Suggest popping in if you are close to the station
I mention this church but there are many in Florence. Some charge for admission but always have a quiet/prayer room which is free. When you getting across the river there are no charges. Their joy, especially those away from the very centre is their peace...More
This is another church in Florence that has great art by many Renaissance artists.
To me, the beautiful facade looks very much like the Santa Croce Church. What is distinctive about the interior is the prominence of crucifixes. Giotto's Crucifixion hangs right above the aisle...More