Museum of Medici Chapels or Cappelle Medicee in Florence, Italy

This fairly unattractive building on the outside is the Medici Chapels which were built in 1524 to be the family mausoleum. People are willing to wait in long lines because inside are several beautiful marble sculptures by Michelangelo. He also designed the New Sacristy at the Basilica of San Lorenzo which is part of the same complex. This Roman Catholic church was built in the mid-15th century.


Piazza di Madonna degli Aldobrandini, 6, 50123 Firenze FI, Italy


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