The oldest church in Florence, it has a history of more than 700 years. The church here is very old. You can see the art form a hundred years ago. The church of Santa Maria is closed on Sundays. You must pay attention to the visiting time. select.
Call her beautiful. It's near the old city, close to the train station. When I went there, the tower next to it was still being repaired and couldn't be climbed. I feel that the churches in Florence are all the same, and they like to use yellow-pink-green colors.
The Santa Maria Novella church opposite the Central Railway Station was designed and built by the avant-garde architect Alberti of the Renaissance in 1456-1470. The entrance of the church shows us the typical style of Florence’s Gothic architecture. The frescoes of "The Life of St. Peter" in the Brancacci Chapel are the essence of this place. It is the renaissance period. The handed down work of the genius painter Masaccio who died young.
This pza. is a good place to park your car for sul'Arno walks; to the Pitti Palace and Santu Spiritu Church. Look in the open doors during business hours (also evenings) to see craftsmen working in their own shops and studios. There is usually a dance club at night but they have to quiet down by a certain hour. Inside the church are among the most gorgeous, lifelike murals you will ever see. Masterfully cleaned and restored in the 70's they caused a stir becuase no-one had realized how bright these works had been in 1500 (AD) The church is ancient and charming at the same time.
The Church of Our Lady of Carmine is a simple and simple but very popular church. The building is simple but has a long history and it feels good.