The San Salvatore al Monte Church in Florence
Situated close to piazzale Michelangelo and the Church of San Miniato al Monte, was created as well as we can admire today between 1499 and 1504 by Simone del henhouse told the Chronicle. The first nucleus of the Church and the small convent, dates back to 1417, when the wealthy Luca di Jacopo del Tosa made a gift to the Friars Minor of his property. The nave is open five chapels on each side, divided by a double row of stone pilasters with Doric style. In higher order open Windows at alternating pediments, general cargo and triangular. The chapel of Tanai de Nerli houses the remains of famous statesman who commissioned Filippino Lippi in the Holy Spirit. Over the door of the second chapel there is a deposition in terracotta by Giovanni della Robbia.
Address: Via del Monte alle Croci, 9 - 50125, Florence
Business hours: 17.30-18.00 Saturday; Sunday 8.30-17.30
Tel: 055 2001229
Maximum 30 pax
The itinerary can be made every morning from Tuesday to Saturday
Tour duration: 3 hours