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The chapel, designed by the architect Filippo Brunelleschi and completed in...

The chapel, designed by the architect Filippo Brunelleschi and completed in 1461, was one of the first buildings designed in the Renaissance style.

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Lovely!

The Capella del Pazzi is a wonderful Chapel designed by Brunelleschi. Simple and elegant, it is located in a central part of Florence and is easily reached. Beautiful!

Reviewed 24 May 2016
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Reviewed 24 May 2016

The Capella del Pazzi is a wonderful Chapel designed by Brunelleschi. Simple and elegant, it is located in a central part of Florence and is easily reached. Beautiful!

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Beverly Hills, Michigan
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Reviewed 13 March 2016

This building with its high ceilings, round arches, muted but tasteful symbolic decorations, airy, personable interiors is THE Renaissance symbol to visit, admire, reflect over and cherish.

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Almere, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 21 July 2015

After our visit of the magnificent Basilica di Santa Croce, we walked outside into the first cloister and found the beautiful Cappella dei Pazzi. The Pazzi Chapel was built between 1441 and 1478 and is considered an early Renaissance masterpiece. The wealthy Pazzi family commissioned Brunelleschi, one of the best architects of that time, to built the Chapel. Brunelleschi designed... More 

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San Francisco, California
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Reviewed 21 July 2014

Understated, early Renaissance, formality and elegance. Very nice to witness in person. It is difficult to imagine how radical this was when the architect designed it. Brava, Brunelleschi!

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Reviewed 9 March 2014

The Pazzi Chapel has some interesting history, but the edifice itself pales relative to the Basilica di Santa Croce, of which it is a part.

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Malaga, Spain
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Reviewed 21 September 2013

The Pazzi Chapel has very good architecture and is located in the cloister of the Basilica of Santa Croce. There is a dome at the porch with a very beautiful design. It was built by the very prominent Pazzi Family that wanted to make a name for itself with this chapel.

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Hurley, New York, USA
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Reviewed 31 March 2013

Exquisite Renaissance architecture example by Brunelleschi is found after you leave the church between the tombs of Machivelli and Rossini

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Reviewed 25 June 2012

One of the masterpiece of Brunelleschi... Even a profane will appreciate this brilliant piece of architecture...

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Reviewed 17 March 2012

Within the Basilica di Santa Croce grounds, you will find the Cappela dei Pazzi (Pazzi Chapel), which was originally constructed in the 1440-1460s. There is important historical significance to this chapel as the Pazzi family, for whom the chapel was built and financed, was of high importance in Florence at this time, behind only the Medici family. While interesting historically,... More 

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Huntington Beach, California
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Reviewed 17 March 2012

Designed by Brunelleschi, the Chapel and its dome reflect both the aspirations of Florence and the renaissance ideals of coherence and perfection. It is at once serene and awe-inspiring. Definitely worth a visit, especially if you are in the Church of Santa Croce anyway.

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