The Basilica of Santa Croce is not as well-known as the sights near the bell tower, but it is the largest church of the Saint Francis sect, and secondly this church is a secondary main church. Note that there are relatively few people here, and a little distance from the core scenic area, but many celebrities such as Michelangelo and Galileo are buried here, as well as Dante's cloak, and Giotto's murals. There are some exquisite murals on the outer walls of the houses on the side of the square, which are not clear from the sun
I don't know what connection this church has with the Holy Trinity Bridge. The two attractions are quite close. The church has an ordinary appearance, with a solid-colored brick structure. The inside is also plain and simple, without much decoration.
The first church to enter from porta romana is just in service so just look at the door, the interior is very dark, only the statues are shiny and very plain old building style
A short walk to the Holy Cross Temple, where famous Italians, such as Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli and Dante, are buried. The imposing neo-Gothic style of the facade marble contrasts sharply with the side and back of the church, similar to the Trinity, and no different from the surrounding buildings. In order to respect and avoid, the exterior of the church was no photograph, and Dante's sculptures stood in front of the church.
The church square is full of new people taking wedding photos and she has witnessed the happiness of the most beautiful couples on earth! The Condordi Street across the steps is narrow and the luxury brands and flagship shops you know are here, yes!