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Oh my lordy, seriously this is a MUST visit when in Florence .. the gothic interior is awe inspiring, holy in essence.. Upon entering this magnificent Basilica .. when we arrived there was a service in effect, therefore please be respectful when taking photo's of...More
The Renaissance basilica was founded in the 13th century by the seven original members of the Servite Order. It is named after the painting of “Annunciation” that was started by a friar Bartolomeo and, according to the legend, completed as a work of an angel....More
Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Florence is this place which houses the “Miraculous painting of the Annunciation” (1252) - a very sacred image for Catholics which comes with a story of its origination. As you enter, it is to the left of...More
When you look outside, you don't have any idea that how amazing is the interior of the church. When I came into, I had a big surprise with its beauty. I was very impressed. There were lots of details in gold and so many beautiful...More
Well, yet another Florentine church. What makes it special in my humble opinion is that from a purely and unmistakably renaissance piazza with its colonnades (plus Lo Spedale degli Innocenti) you enter the Basilica’s another columned atrium before you walk into a riot of wild...More