The 2nd-century Greek sailors who lived in this neighborhood brought Christianity to Florence with them, and this little church was probably the second to be established in the city, the first edition of it rising in the late 4th century. The current version was built in the 1730s. The star works are in the first chapel on the right, the Brunelleschi-designed Cappella Barbadori–Capponi: paintings by Mannerist master Pontormo (1525–27). His “Deposition” and frescoed “Annunciation” are rife with his garish color palette of oranges, pinks, golds, lime greens, and sky blues, and exhibit his trademark surreal sense of figure.
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Piazza Santa Felicità (on left off Via Guicciardini across Ponte Vecchio)
Our Rating Hours Daily 9:30am–12:30pm and 3:30–5:30pm Transportation Bus: C3 or D Phone 055-213-018 Prices Free admission (take 1€ for lights)
MapPiazza Santa Felicità Florence
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