Italy - This is a country that can surprise you with many monuments of architecture and the greatest creations of famous personalities who have long left this world. And if, during your trip, you decide to visit Florence, then you should definitely visit Treasure Museum of the Basilica of Santa Croce.
Basilica of Santa Croce, translated from Italian, means Church of the Holy Cross. It is located in the center of Florence and is one of the most famous attractions of this city. Initially, the church was a small chapel, until in 1252 Arnolfo di Cambio did not break into its reconstruction. The project of the new church really met its expectations - millions of tourists come to see this work of art, which has turned into a real museum in so much time.
In 1442, the church was consecrated by Pope Eugene IV. Before entering the cathedral, all tourists overcome a small obstacle: you need to climb up eight steps. In its shape, the basilica is similar to the Egyptian T-shaped cross, and its interior is visually expanded due to windows decorated with stained-glass windows. On the right side of the monastery courtyard is the Treasure Museum of the Basilica of Santa Croce. A huge number of art monuments of such famous artists and sculptors as Bernardo and Antonio Rossellino, Tadeo Gaddi, Donatello, Antonio Canova and other no less famous personalities are stored here.