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Pazzi Chapel

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Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
50122, Florence, ItalyMap

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The very small church was originally to visit the Santa Croce, but I suddenly found a scenic spot called Bazi Chapel, which gave me a very big surprise and made me discover his difference. This place is located in [Basilica di Santa Croce, Piazza S. Croce, 16, 50122 Firenze FI, Italy] 〓Transportation: You can take bus No. 175 to Uniwersytet 02 Station 〓 Ticket price: 6 Euro 〓 Opening hours: Monday to Saturday morning 9:30 to 5 pm, On Sundays and other festivals, the architectural style is very general from 2:00 to 5:00 pm, but there is a solemn feeling when I walk in. It makes me feel like I am in the Middle Ages. His appearance is very white, but with a touch of light. The yellow walls of the city are so elegant and simple. I can imagine what a sacred picture when there is heavy snow here in winter. This complex of buildings has all the way to the south, and there is a library on both sides. On the side of this church, there is a very large sculpture, which looks a little funny, but also a little cute. So this very small church is very unique, and taking pictures here is also very beautiful. It always feels like a very peaceful feeling here. It may be the magical power that it brings me. I like this church very much. Hope you guys too Come take a look!



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The Bazzi Chapel, located in Florence, Italy, was built in 1420 and designed by Brüneleschi in the early fifteenth century Renaissance style. Regardless of its structure, spatial composition, external form, or stylistic character, the Bazzi Chapel is a classic innovation.
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