A huge church is also very recognizable among the many churches in the local area. The whole church is located alone in a park. The church has a golden roof structure and a white house structure, which can be seen from a long distance.
The church is unflattering and grey looking, which is not something to visit but it is gorgeous inside. It is said that many years ago it was an orphanage and adopted a lot of street children
In front of the church, the square has a strangely shaped fountain, in addition to the Medici statue. The traffic is far less than the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary, so the buildings on the street look a bit chilly and run down. In addition to the church that was built in 1250 and rebuilt in the mid-15th century, there is also the first European orphanage, the Spedale degli Innocent Orphanage, built in 1412. Today, many Florence sexual degli innocenti, innocenti and Nocentini can trace their family tree back here.
The church is small but is very famous and the locals know it's amazing and it's very comfortable with all the different architecture.
This church is the Catholic secondary sanctuary, the general assembly of the Virgin Mary's Servants' Association. The square in front of the door is also called the Notre Dame's Piazza. Founded in 1250 by seven founders of the Virgin Mary's Holiness Church, a monk began to create the picture of the Notre Dame, but later gave up, believing that he could not create enough beautiful pictures, which should have been done by an angel while he was sleeping, and which was still inside the church. Respectedly, in 1444 the Gonzaga family of Mantua contributed to the construction of a special altar, which was originally commissioned by Michelangelo, but was appointed in 1469 as Gonzaga admired Alberti, but was restricted by the completion of the foundation. The church has added baroque decorations to the 17th world, and matadors can still build the basic shape of the circular space around the altar below the dome. Inside the church, architects Cachini added the interior to resemble the interior of the Beruneleschi orphanage. The building opposite the Babysitter is designed by Rosangalo. The whole church is filled with art masterpieces from the 14th to 19th centuries. The organist is the oldest organ in Florence and the oldest organ in Italy. The promenade in front of the church is the founding site of the Florence Academy of Fine Arts.