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An elegant church decorated by Masaccio's famous frescoes on the life of St. Peter.
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Piazza del Carmine, 50124, Florence, Italy
Santo Spirito / San Frediano
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Reviewed May 14, 2018

They closed early and were very rude. They really do not seem to want or appreciate visitors. Given the circumstances, I have no clue how the frescos were.

2  Thank Bob B
Reviewed March 5, 2018

Founded in 1268 and completed only in 1475, Santa Maria del Carmine was destroyed by fire in 1771, and rebuilt in The Baroque style. Fortunately The Brancacci Chapel was spared. The reason to visit this church ared only in 1475, Santa Maria del Carmine was...More

1  Thank David S
Reviewed December 12, 2017

Renovated in the Baroque style in the 16th–17th centuries, it was damaged by a fire in 1771 and rebuilt internally in the Rococo style in 1782. The façade, like in many Florentine churches, remained unfinished. The vault of the nave has a trompe-l'oeil, quadratura fresco...More

Thank Mike K
Reviewed October 30, 2017

We were so fortunate this trip to be here in October and to visit the chapel when it was ours alone. I don't know where all the tourists were, but the chapel was empty but for us...and what a sublime experience it was. The Massaccio...More

1  Thank Rcdown78
Reviewed October 2, 2017

It's a short walk over the river from the centre. The frescoes are well restored and simply stunning ( and I'm not an art buff). Is closed lunchtimes so plan it for late morning , and find one of the many non touristy places to...More

Thank ukiwil1
Reviewed July 3, 2017

We came here to see the magnificent frescoes in the Brancaccio Chapel. Maybe there is something to see in the rest of the church, but we only visited the Chapel and it is a must see. Bring a guide book or google the Chapel (Wikipedia...More

Thank Nashnash
Reviewed June 12, 2017

There was no line or wait for tickets when we were there June 5. The audio guide is very good, well worth the 3 euros. The frescos have been restored and are spectacular.

Thank DanajDolan
Reviewed April 25, 2017 via mobile

A must see in Florence for art lovers is the Brancacci chapel adjoining the churxh of santa marie carmine. They allow only 30 people inside at any given time and only with a prior reservation.Was there at 0915 along with a few others without a...More

Thank Sunil K
Reviewed December 15, 2016 via mobile

Massachio's depiction of Adam& Eve's expulsion from the Garden of Eden is internationally regarded as the first such depiction in which the agony and shame of the moment was presented in such haunting detail. The pain on their faces is intense and unique in Renaissance...More

1  Thank BRIANandRONNIE2010
Reviewed November 8, 2016

My wife and I went to Santa Maria del Carmine in a quiet section of the Oltrarno for the specific purpose of seeing the frescoes in the Brancacci Chapel. When we first arrived on Piazza del Carmine and found the church, we were somewhat taken...More

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