A city steeped in religion, Florence is the home of an impressive array of chapels, churches, and cathedrals, ranging in diversity from the modesty of the most simple chapel to the grandeur of the Duomo. Common, however, to all of these, is the extraordinary range of artwork, beautiful and historically significant, which adorns their walls, ceilings and spaces.
The refined elegance of the Pazzi Chapel is depicted above.
One of the smallest is the little church of San Martino del Vescovo (or dei Buonomini).
Here are a selection of my photographs portraying the buildings, monuments, artworks and piazzas of various churches, chapels, basilicas and cathedrals. Amongst these are the Battistero di San Giovanni (Baptistry of St. John); Basilica di San Lorenzo; Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (the Duomo); the Pazzi Chapel; Santa Maria Maggiore; San Marco; San Martino del Vescovo; San Miniato; Santa Croce; Santa Maria Novella; Santa Trinita; and Santa Spirito.