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Brancacci Chapel  

Brancacci Chapel

I love art! Brancacci Chapel

March 16th 2012
My beautiful art day in Florence ends with the Brancacci Chapel. I hope you will appreciate this monuments and their ancient splendour. To be an “art expert” is not necessary in a city like Florence that still managed to look amazingly romantic and picturesque. The Brancacci Chapel, an important example of Renaissance painting in Florence, stands within the Church of Santa Maria del Car ... read more
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