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English: Pazzi Chapel in Florence is considered to be one of the masterpieces of Renaissance architecture. It is located in the “first cloister” of the Basilica di Santa Croce. Though funds for the chapel were assembled in 1429 by Andrea Pazzi, head of the Pazzi family, whose wealth was second only to the Medici, construction did not begin until about 1441. The chapel was completed in the 1460s.
Italiano: La Cappella Pazzi è una delle più belle architetture rinascimentali, capolavoro di Filippo Brunelleschi, e si trova incastonata nel primo chiostro della basilica di Santa Croce a Firenze.
|Instance of||Christian chapel|
|Part of||Basilica of Santa Croce|
|Location||Florence, Province of Florence, Tuscany, Italy|
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