The Medici Chapel is a famous church in Florence, which has been built for 15 years, and was once a Medici parish church, hence its name.
The Medici Chapel is a well-known church in Florence. The church has been built for fifteen years since it was built. It used to be a dedicated parish church for the Medici family, hence the name.
A cylindrical building, this chapel is also a very interesting area. You can see very good historical buildings here. The Medici is also a very famous family in Italy with a lot of heritage.
Medici Family Chapel The private chapel of the famous Medici family in Florence The chapel is quite luxurious and most worth looking forward to. Michelangelo's "Morning", "Twilight", "Day" and "Night" four half-sleeping sculptures are here to show the world into the chapel You will discover why there would be no Florence Renaissance without the Medici family
Walking into the dome, everything is amazing. The whole space is wonderful, even if part of it is undergoing renovation. The other part of the sculpture is also very beautiful. My only dissatisfaction is the security system. I don't think this kind of security is needed here, but I found that there are shock absorbers on the originally beautiful scenic spots.
There is a relic display section on the first floor, as well as some minor Medici family tombs. Put it aside first and then go upstairs to look at the Prince's Hall on the second floor. You will be in a room with a high dome, a huge monument to the nobleman of Chimera VI, and a dark marble room. It feels like being in a tomb, but in fact this is the tomb.
The cemetery of the Medici Chapel in Florence is a small church with the color of a cemetery, so it is not particularly attractive except for those interested in history. The place used to display the saint’s bones is downstairs. Although it is decorated with gold and silver jewelry, it still feels terrible.