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This is a lovely church with a free entry close to the river.
It was completed in the 1250s, but rebuilt around 1627 in Baroque-style. Sandro Botticelli is buried here.
Ghirlandaio 's version of the Last Supper is open for viewing on Mondays only.
The famous fresco, made in the late 15th century by Domenico Ghirlandaio, is housed in the refectory of the Church of Ognissanti, located between the two cloisters. The scene is pretty similar to the one painted by Andrea del Castagno a few decades earlier for...More
We wandered into this church after a long walk. The staff was friendly and helpful. Now the art. Amazing doesn't deceive it. The facade by Nigetti, the coronation of the Virgin Mary by Buglioni, the various chapels, the beautiful crucifix by Giotto. All of this...More
Rebuilt in 1627 the baroque style stood well in Renaissance Firenze on an atmospheric piazza flanked by two grand hotels The St Regis and the Westin Excelsior. Three items make this church worth a visit: First is Botticelli’s tomb where he is buried near his...More
Unfortunately, the Church of Ognissanti was closed on May 1st, which is a public holiday, but we were pleasantly surprised by the fact that the refectory of the Convent of the Ognissanti was opened and this where the beautiful Ghirlandaio’s fresco is. The freshness of...More
In a City boasting so many wonderful churches, it was pure chance that we found Ognissanti.
From the outside you are more likely to pass by than actually venture inside, but if you do, I promise you will not be disappointed.
I have been to...More
Ognissanti is an almost "must see" church in that it is no Santa Croce or Santa Maria Novella. But it does have a good Botticelli and a good Ghirlandaio. Also, Ghirlandaio's Last Supper is in the church but it was closed when I was there,...More
If we hadn't have being staying in the St Regis hotel on the last night of our trip to Tuscany we may have missed this gem
There was a choir singing outside when we passed earlier in the week which attracted our attention