The Santa Trinita Church was founded in the middle of the 11th century. It has beautiful well preserved art.
About Basilica di Santa Trinita
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Church of Santa Trinita is a pretty drab place with oversized front doors, looks more like a bank .There are various works of art scattered around along with another Strozzi tomb. If it’s raining and you need to take a break from window shopping on...More
Opposite the commercial fashion hub (Ferragamo) at the intersection of the via Tournabuoni and Ponte Santa Trinita is this relatively small and quiet church with a Baroque facade. In the back right corner is a fascinating, vibrant fresco cycle by Domenico Ghirlandaio depicting the life...More
Although Florence contains a surfeit of museums and churches containing Renaissance art, this church is worth visiting in order to see works by Ghirlandaio. Apart from his frescoes on the life of St Francis, there is also his magnificent painting of the Adoration of the...More
A large quiet church not on the tourist radar. The life of St. Francis by Ghirlandaio is special. There is also an early 15th century altarpiece depicting the Trinity by Mariotto di Nardo. Many chapels hold other works of interest.
Another street, another church. So many fantastic churches in Florence - try and see at least a couple before you leave. This one has quite a plain facade, but its well worth a look.
Compared with many other churches in Florence, the façade of the Basilica di Santa Trinità is nondescript, almost invisible. It’s in a great part of town where Via dei Tornabuoni passes through Piazza Santa Trinità, and my wife and I had probably walked right by...More
Basilica di Santa Trinita (Church of St. Trinity) dates back to 1092 when it was formed by the Vallumbrosan Order of monks is located in Piazza Santa Trinita on river end of Via de' Tornabuoni (wonderful shopping street). Originally sporting a Romanesque style, the church...More
Entering the church is free, the Sassetti Chapel is on the right of the main altar. You can put a coin in the small box on the left wall to turn on the lights.