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#4 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Il duomo is a brilliant cattedral of Florence city is beautiful artistic place Lora stuff to see inside brilliant history I love il duomo I have a good memories I will be back to visit il duomo di Firenze
What an incredible sight and the museum, towers and dome were just incredible and provided such insightful history into the making of this beautiful cathedral and its art works We loved the history and the artistr...
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#18 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
As with S.M.N. this church boasts a crucifix by Giotto (1330) hanging in the Chapel of the Fallen In the Alcantara Chapel is the tomb of Sandro Botticelli, and the tomb of Carolina Bonaparte Murat is in the Murat...
The Franciscan church was founded by the Humiliati order, which was suppressed by the Pope in the 16th century, and was dedicated to all the saints and martyrs, those known and the ones unknown.
Campanile di Giotto Florence 3.7 mi away
#10 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
The history is interesting enough to justify a visit, and the stunning panoramic views of Florence from three different levels of the tower are breathtaking.
The tower has a few less steps than the Duomo Dome, and usually has a smaller crowd, but still gives an awsome view of the city.
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Cappella Brancacci Florence 3.1 mi away
#25 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
If you have ever taken an art history course, you know the tribute money is so important to the evolution of atmospheric perspective.
This small chapel has amazing frescos by Masaccio, masolino and Fillippino lippi painted in the 1400s.
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Basilica San Miniato al Monte Florence 4.0 mi away
#9 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
We walked down the winding streets, enjoyed Piazzale Michelangelo (and the 17-foot bronze replica of the iconic ‘David’ sculpture), Rose Garden, parks, medieval and Roman city walls, and phenomenal views of Florence.
The mosaic in the apse is superb, as are the crypt, the Portugal chapel and the sacristy with its 14th century frescoes, while the body of the church is simply breathtaking.
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Battistero di San Giovanni Florence 3.7 mi away
#16 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
This octagonal building with its exterior sheathed in white marble and green Prato marble houses a fabulous 12th century mosaic ceiling depicting the life of Christ, Joseph, and St John the Baptist the Patriarch,...
The octagonal baptistery fronts the Duomo/Cathedral and was constructed from 1059–1128 in Florentine Romanesque architectural style, which inspired Filippo Brunelleschi’s architecture of the Duomo almost four cent...
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#19 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
... Florence's powerful craft and trade guilds and in the 15th century the guilds commissioned the most famous sculptors of their time to decorate the exterior of the church with the statues of their patron saints.
The church is worth a visit in itself with beautifully luminous paintings of saints, a fine altar, and a tabernacle by Andrea Orcagna (around 1308 to 1368).
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#13 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Florence is this place which houses the “Miraculous painting of the Annunciation” (1252) - a very sacred image for Catholics which comes with a story of its origination.
... a serious guide book that will tell you about all the major sights, museums and especially churches which overflow with Renaissance frescoes (Santa Maria Novella, Santa Croce, Santa Maria del Carmine, etc, etc.)
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Basilica di Santa Trinita Florence 3.5 mi away
#26 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
I really enjoyed spending a little quiet time in the church and was impressed by its great collection of artwork with hardly any tourists at all.
Free entry to some wonderful frescoes and a great story about the family crest on the floor of the Salaimbeni chapel.
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Santa Maria del Carmine Florence 3.1 mi away
#44 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
The Massaccio frescoes, as well as the others in the magnificent Brancacci chapel are well worth a visit for anyone interested in the history of western art.
You can peek into the Brancacci from the church itself, but you really cannot see the frescoes well unless you book a ticket at the ticket booth for a separate entrance into the chapel.
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Sant'Apollonia Florence 3.9 mi away
#36 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
It is really interesting to visit the Last Suppers in Florence and Andrea del Castagno's well preserved fresco in the former refectory of Sant' Apollonia is a favorite.
The old convent belonging to the Benedictine nuns of Sant’ Apollonia, from the 15th century, is also a home of one of the most famous versions of the “Last Supper”.
Basilica di San Lorenzo Florence 3.7 mi away
#40 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Simply to be in the burial place of those Medici Grand Dukes was awesome in itself, but also seeing the tomb of Lorenzo the Magnificent, with its Michelangelo sculptures, was almost breath-taking.
The complex of San Lorenzo includes the New Sacristy with incredible Medici tombs created by Michelangelo depicting day and night, dawn and dusk, and the Chapel of the Princes, also absolutely gorgeous.
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#24 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
It is worth arranging for a tour either through the synagogue or through Giovanna Bossi Rosenfeld's Florence Jewish Tours to best understand the events that happened here and to understand the history of Jews in F...
Unlike many other synagogues in areas occupied/controlled by the Nazis, this synagogue is intact, a poignant reminder to the strength of the Jewish community in Italy (the Synagoue in Rome is similarly impressive,...
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Church of Santa Felicita Florence 3.5 mi away
#48 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
The Deposition from the Cross is an altarpiece, completed in 1528, depicting the Deposition of Christ by the Italian Renaissance painter Jacopo Pontormo.
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Santa Maria Maggiore Florence 3.6 mi away
#53 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Its interior is simply stunning with painting and marble sculpture by many famous artists in the Renaissance period thanks to the sponsorship by Pope.
The oldest church in the city was originally built in the 11th century and refurbished in the 13th century, but the church here existed as early as the 8th century.
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#4 of 15 Sights & Landmarks in Scandicci
Chiesa dei Santi Apostoli Florence 3.5 mi away
#57 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Green marble columns with capitals from ancient Roman remains, interesting and richly decorated wooden ceiling, an amazing terracotta tabernacle on the left and a great work of Giorgio Vasari on the right (photos...
It is antique and really has its own character amidst so many grandiose attractions in Florence.
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Cappella Pazzi Florence 4.0 mi away
#55 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Santa Croce is the Florentine Pantheon and you will see tombs of Michelangelo, Fermi and many others
Stunning chapel with a respectful nod to the Pazzi family.
#160 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
San Frediano in Cestello Florence 3.1 mi away
#77 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Especially on a rainy day, when this austere Baroque church blends with gray color of the sky, heavy clouds and mirky waters of the Arno creating one more unforgettable view of Florence.
This stunning church brings a peace as you enter.
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San Felice in Piazza Florence 3.2 mi away
#115 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Cimitero delle Porte Sante Florence 4.1 mi away
#70 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
The monumental cemetery (how it is often called) is located within the fortification complex of the Basilica and it holds the burial sites of many famous Italians with memorable headstones or even sculptures over...
Next to the church was the Cimitero delle Porte Sante (Cemetery of the Holy Doors), which is called a monumental cemetery because of the many elaborate headstones (often sculptures) throughout the cemetery.
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Fondazione Salvatore Romano Florence 3.2 mi away
#124 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
#246 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Chiesa San Salvatore al Monte Florence 4.0 mi away
#83 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Just down from the Basilica and the cemetery is the nearby Chiesa San Salvatore al Monte, maintained by the Tuscan province of Friars Minor (a branch of the Franciscans).
San Domenico Fiesole Fiesole 6.0 mi away
#3 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Fiesole
If you have time in such a busy city jump on the hop on/hop off open too bus and take the red line up to Fiesole which is up in the hills above Florence.
We walked up to San Domenico to see the views - they are lovely.
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Chiesa di San Jacopo Soprarno Florence 3.4 mi away
#138 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence
Beautiful Greek Orthodox Church
Chiesa di San Donnino a Campi San Donnino 2.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in San Donnino
#297 of 413 Sights & Landmarks in Florence