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San Remigio, Florence

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San Remigio, Florence

San Remigio di Firenze is a church in Florence, Italy.

The church was founded around the year 1000. It is dedicated to Saint Remigius. In the 13th century, the church was reconstructed to feature a triangle-shaped facade with hanging arches along the roof line. The interior still reflects the original Gothic architecture with ogive arches and octagonal columns along the three aisles.[1]


  • I Luoghi della Fede by Regione Toscana (in English and Italian)

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Coordinates: 43°46′06″N 11°15′29″E / 43.768448°N 11.258009°E / 43.768448; 11.258009

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