Palazzo Medici Riccardi Firenze
Palazzo Medici Riccardi is also called as Palazzo Medici. It has been named after the family which lived in it and expanded the palace in 1679. The Palazzo Medici is located in Florence, in via Cavour, and is a huge palace of the Renaissance period. The large palace was designed and built by the famous architect Michelozzo... Read more
Chiesa della Santissima Annunziata Firenze
The Chiesa di Santissima Annunziata (Church of the Blessed Annunciation) is located in the northeastern part of Florence within the Piazza Santissima Annunziata (Square of the Blessed Annunciation). It is a Roman Catholic Church, founded in 1250 by seven members of the Servite order. Two years after its construction, in 1252, a painting of the... Read more
Piazza della Repubblica Florence
Piazza della Repubblica (Republic Square) is situated in Florence. It is a city square, situated on the city’s former forum and old ghetto, both of which became a victim to the Risanamento or the improvement work done for the city. The Risanamento movement was initiated when Florence had been a part of united Italy, an... Read more
Church of Holy Spirit Florence
The Basilica Di Santo Spirito in Florence (Basilica of the Holy Spirit) is also called as the Basilica of Santa Maria del Santo Spirito (“St. Mary of the Holy Spirit”). It is a church situated in Florence, Italy, located facing the Oltrarno Square, in the Oltrarno quarter of the area. Read more
Orsanmichele church Florence
Chiesa di Orsanmichele (Church of Orsanmichele) is situated in the Tuscan city of Florence. Orsanmichele is also known as the Kitchen Garden of Saint Michael. This beautiful church is the centre of attraction in the city of Florence and is truly a remarkable place to visit. Read more
San Miniato al Monte
San Miniato al Monte (The Abbey of San Miniato al Monte) is situated at one of the highest points in the city of Florence, Tuscany. Many people refer to this building as one of the most beautiful churches in all of Italy. It is a fine example of Romanesque architecture and is truly, a... Read more
Santa Maria della Spina Chruch Pisa
Santa Maria della Spina is a small church, built in Gothic style, in the city of Pisa, Tuscany. Initially, the church was given the name Santa Maria di Pontenovo, when it was constructed in the year 1230. The name was changed to Spina which means thorn, due to the presence of a thorn on... Read more
Piazza Santa Croce Florence
One of the main squares in this amazing and busy city is the Piazza Santa Croce (Square of the Holy Cross). It is a historic area located near Piazza della Signoria and the National Central Library, and the square gets its name due to the Basilica di Santa Croce (Church of the Holy Cross)... Read more
Saint Domenico Church Siena
Basilica di San Domenico is one of the churches in Siena, Tuscany, which holds extreme significance for its people. It is often referred to as Basilica Cateriniana. The church is magnificent in the simplicity of its design and architecture. Construction on this famous church was started early, in the 13th century. However, in the... Read more
Chiesa di San Michele in Foro Lucca
The Chiesa di San Michele in Foro (Church of San Michele in Foro), is one of the most beautiful and enchanting historical structures of the city of Lucca. It is a Roman Catholic Church which was built over the remains of the ancient Roman forum. Until 1370, the church was the seat of the... Read more