Santa Maria Novella . . .

railway station in Florence gets its name from the church just around the corner from it, and it’s where I arrived for a week in that lovely city. I took this early evening photo from my room on the fourth floor of the Rosso 23, looking at the Piazza Santa Maria Novella.

I’ll post more in the next few weeks when I’ve caught up a bit!


18 thoughts on “Santa Maria Novella . . .

  1. I walked past that church every day we were there. Our hotel was just around the corner, but without that view. I do keep remembering that I have unposted frescoes from the church. One of these days… πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Lovely to have yoou back, sweetheart. Gently into the weekend.

    1. Hello my lovely, how are you? It was a very convenient place to stay, everything was so close by. Gosh I loved that city, I could have stayed for weeks. I’m not very good at remembering details of what I’ve seen, or even what day it is really πŸ˜‰ so I really appreciate the amount of work you put into your posts. I didn’t actually go inside Santa Maria Novella, crazy eh? But even with a week there wasn’t time for all the churches etc there are to choose from. We’d planned to go on the last morning but went to Pisa instead, next time maybe. Have a lovely weekend sweetie x:-)x

  2. i was wondering if you had been to Florence yet – looks like the perfect view. i quite enjoyed Florence earlier this year, even though it was just a short visit while on an excursion while on a cruise. a place i would love to see again – when the temps are cooler than they were in June πŸ™‚
    looking forward to more pics once you get around to posting more – but no pressure of course! welcome back home πŸ™‚

  3. A foretaste of glory divine. Sorry. I seem to be quoting hymns madly. Haven’t sung’em for at least 50 years. I’m very much looking forward to your Florence. Sorry for your sake you’re back.

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