It is great, there are many biblical story paintings and sculptures inside, and the exterior is beautiful and worth a look.
The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is the most important historical protection unit here. The entire cathedral is a very huge structure. This museum is also a historic and well-visited area. You must get up to see the situation.
The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore is the symbol of Florence, the tallest building in Florence, the fourth largest Catholic church in the world, and the representative building of the entire early Renaissance. The alleys are in sharp contrast with the huge church at the end of the road, and the visual effects are almost overwhelming, very shocking! Next to it is Giotto’s Bell Tower, and opposite the attached octagonal baptistery. Visiting the Basilica is free, the dome and Giotto’s Bell Tower can be climbed to the top, you can buy a combined ticket
Huge, different, beautiful...definitely worth climbing to the top! When you get there, you will find that there are many guides providing services, it is definitely worth the extra money, because with a guide, you will have more of the history of the church Understanding. Interesting information!
Great museum regarding the artwork and history of the Florence Duomo. Admission is included with the pass to ascend the Duomo and the bell tower.
The Museo dell'Opera del Duomo is a great, but small, art museum. Get there early to beat the crowds.
Art and Architecture
Museum behind Duomo. There is no line here, when you are inside, you can see the original door of paradise, Michelangelo 's "Florence Pieta" and many many more.
Filled with tons of artifacts from the original Duomo and Baptistry, the museum is not to be missed. It is home to the original doors from the Baptistry (The Gates of Paradise), which are displayed in temperature controlled containers. Don't miss it.
Preston_Dominguez: Piazza del Duomo 9, 50122, Florence, Italy
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Santa Maria del Fiore,Uffizi Gallery,Ponte Vecchio,Piazza della Signoria,Piazzale Michelangelo