The Basilica of Our Lady is very close to the opposite of the railway station. When I went there, the main building was under maintenance and could not be entered. The outside was surrounded by a circle of colored plastic paper. It looks like the main building is slanted from a distance, and it feels like all the buildings in Italy are slanted.
The Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore) is not far from the railway station. In the morning, there are not many people waiting to see the line. Before entering, you also need to go through a security check, which also reflects the importance of the Basilica of Notre Dame as one of the Roman Catholic pontiffs. The sky in Rome today is very blue, and it would be so beautiful if there were always such a sky where I lived!
There are many interesting things here. The Basilica of Notre Dame is a very long building. Next to the Basilica of Notre Dame is the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. There are many huge structures inside the church to visit, and there are large art murals around the walls.
The Roman Catholic Church is the first Pontifical Basilica in Florence. This church, together with the adjacent monastery, has a collection of priceless art treasures thanks to the generous donations of Florence's most important family, especially famous for the frescoes of Gothic and Early Renaissance masters.
Martini's "Annunciation Picture" is a common religious theme. There are many similar themes in the museum. The Virgin's expression is very unique and a bit reluctant, while the angels are a bit aggressive. English introduction link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annunciation_with_St._Margaret_and_St._Ansanus