One of the oldest church in Florence, place of rest for the Medici family, with fantastic marbles sculptures made by Michelangelo.
The Basilica of San Lorenzo is one of the main Catholic places of worship in Florence, located in the square of the same name in the historic center of the city. It is one of the churches that compete for the title of the oldest in the city and has the dignity of a minor basilica.
The Basilica di San Lorenzo is one of the largest churches of Florence,and the burial place of all the principal members of the Medici family from Cosimo il Vecchio to Cosimo III.
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“Most impressive from the outside. Inside can be disappointing. If you want to climb the dome we recommend booking in advance. Don't miss the baptistry. ”
“Iconic palace where the city council is based. Also been in the movie Hannibal with Anthony Hopkins. Go inside and ask to see the “salone dei 500” for stunning ceilings. ”
“The Academy was built in the 1784 when the Grand Duke of Tuscany Pietro Leopoldo reorganized the Academy of the Arts of Design, founded in 1563 by Cosimo I de'Medici, in the modern Academy of Fine Arts. The new institution occupied the rooms of the fourteenth century of San Matteo Hospital and those of the convent of San Niccolò di Cafaggio. The museum was enriched with the suppression of churches and convents ordered by Pietro Leopoldo in 1786 and by Napoleone Bonaparte in 1810. The decisive event in the history of the museum was the transfer of Michelangelo's David from Piazza della Signoria in August 1873. The most famous sculpture in the world waited nine years, kept in a wooden case, the conclusion of the construction of the Tribune designed by the architect Emilio De Fabris to welcome it. Today's Academy Gallery was established in 1882.”
“This place feels very peaceful. Especially, night is a more beautiful place. If you visit Florence, make sure to stop by this place. And this is also the historic site of the first orphanage in Europe.”
“The ‘Cenacolo' was the refectory of the Franciscan tertiaries of Blessed Angelina of Foligno. Whereas the rest of the convent is now used for social purposes, the refectory has remained State property”