Chiesa di Santa Maria Novella a Firenze

Around the end of 1200 the Dominican friars began the construction of the Church of Santa Maria Novella in Florence, which later became a fantastic example of "Tuscan Romanesque" thanks also to the use of marble in different colors. Inside, Giotto's Crucifix attracts attention as you walk through the three naves that make up the church. The various chapels inside preserve works of historical importance as well as artifacts and sculptures of inestimable value. The most important work is undoubtedly the Trinity by Masaccio, a marvel of technique and ingenuity even just for the workmanship.
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