Orsanmichele is a fairly famous church in Via Calzaiuoli city of Florence, Italy. In 1337, this building was originally built by Francesco Talenti, Neri in Fioravante, and Hate in Cione as a market, but then between 1380 and 1404 converted into a church that is used as a chapel of Florence and craft powerful trade unions.

This church has a Gothic-style buildings are decorated with trefoil windows (leaf berhelai three). In the niche-niche there are 14 statues of protective trade unions designed Florence Ghiberti, Nanni de Banco, Donatello and Verrocchio.
And now the church has become one tourist destination if you go on vacation to the city of Florence, Italy.

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