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Until a controversial—and perhaps temporary—move in 2014, the church of San Lorenzo was practically lost behind the leather stalls and souvenir carts of Florence’s vast San Lorenzo street market. In fact, the hawking of wares and bustle of commerce characterize all the streets of this neighborhood, centered on both the church and the nearby Mercato Centrale food hall. It’s a colorful scene, but one of the most pickpocket-happy in the city, so be wary.

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