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"The forgotten church" Complesso E Chiesa Di San Firenze Tip by mikey_e

  Chiesa di San Firenze
by mikey_e

La Chiesa di San Firenze was constructed in the latter half of the 17th century and the beginning of he the 18th century and was commissioned by the Oratorian Fathers. The Baroque façade of the building (its current façade) was finally added in 1775. The left flank of the building was a chapel dedicated to St. Philip Neri. The right flank was supposed to be the church of San Firenze, but this was then downgraded to an oratory and, when the two buildings were joined, the entire complex was referred to, erroneously, as Chiesa di San Firenze. Today, most of the building is used as a courts.

Address: Piazza San Firenze
Directions: Northeast of Piazza della Signoria
Phone: 055290832

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  • Written Aug 22, 2007
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