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Orsanmichele (Church)

Visit the church building of the Archbishopric in Florence and immerse yourself in Romantic and Gothic periods.

Orsanmichele exterior view orsanmichele nave

Orsanmichele is famously known for the sculptures of saints placed in the niches or tabernacles on all four sides of the church by the various guilds of Florence. Executed between 1340 and 1602, they form a timeline of gothic and renaissance art that is perhaps unrivaled in one location. The first sculpture, of St. Stephen by Andrea Pisano, was executed in 1340 - 150 years before Columbus discovered America - the last, St. Luke by Giambologna - was completed over 260 years later.

It is a unique and extraordinary monument because it contains civil and religious functions. On the second floor of the Museum, at the top of the building, you can observe a remarkable, unique panorama of Florence.

Opening hours – Orsanmichele

geöffnet: 10–16:50 Uhr

Das Skulptur Museum:
Monday: 10 am – 4:50 pm (last admission 4:40 pm)
Saturday: 10 am – 12:30 pm (last admission 12:20 pm)

Price – Orsanmichele

Please inform yourself at the ticket office about possible entrance fees.

Via Arte della Lana 1/Via de' Calzaiuoli Firenze

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Highlights – Orsanmichele

  • Original sculptures of the most famous Florentine artists 
  • Imposing stone buildings 
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