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Santa Croce è un simbolo prestigioso di Firenze, il luogo di incontro dei più grandi artisti, teologi, religiosi, letterati, umanisti e politici, che determinarono, nella buona e cattiva sorte, l’identità della città tardo-medievale e rinascimentale. Al suo interno trovarono ospitalità celebri personaggi della storia della Chiesa come san Bonaventura, Pietro di Giovanni Olivi, sant’ Antonio da Padova, san Bernardino da Siena, san Ludovico d’Angiò. Fu anche luogo d’accoglienza per pontefici come Sisto IV, Eugenio IV, Leone X, Clemente XIV.

Nei suoi archivi sono custodite testimonianze che ci tramandano la costruzione quotidiana, nel corso dei secoli, di un grande progetto architettonico, artistico e di fede.

La grandiosa basilica è probabilmente opera di Arnolfo di Cambio, che vi avrebbe lavorato a partire dal 1294-1295, anche se non abbiamo documenti scritti che lo confermino. La critica però ha confermato ormai l’attribuzione tradizionale, sia per l’elevato livello qualitativo del complesso, sia per le analogie con altre opere del grande architetto. Fu edificata a spese della popolazione della Repubblica fiorentina e sorse su una precedente piccola chiesetta che i francescani avevano costruito in seguito al loro arrivo in città nel 1252, in un luogo ancora fuori dalle mura, a pochi anni dalla morte di san Francesco d’Assisi. I resti dell’ antico edificio sono stati localizzati nel 1966, a seguito del cedimento del pavimento della basilica dopo l’alluvione. Alla morte di Arnolfo nel 1302 doveva essere completata la parte del coro e del transetto, con le cappelle. La chiesa venne terminata circa 90 anni dopo, attorno al 1385, ma fu consacrata solo nel 1443 in occasione della presenza in città di papa Eugenio IV.
La basilica ha continuato ad essere arricchita e modificata nei sette secoli dalla sua fondazione, acquisendo sempre nuovi connotati simbolici: da chiesa francescana a “” municipio” religioso per le grandi famiglie e le corporazioni, da laboratorio e bottega artistica a centro teologico, da “” pantheon” delle glorie italiane a luogo di riferimento della storia politica dell’ Italia pre e post-unitaria. Alcune trasformazioni infatti furono conseguenza di exact vicissitudini storiche e politiche, come le trasformazioni compiute dal Vasari alla metà del XVI secolo (causate anche dai restauri dopo una disastrosa alluvione) o l’impegno profuso nell’ Ottocento per trasformare Santa Croce nel grande mausoleo della storia italiana.

Nel 1966 l’alluvione di Firenze inflisse gravissimi danni al complesso della basilica e del convento, situati nella parte più bassa di Firenze, tanto da diventare tristemente nota come simbolo delle perdite artistiche subite dalla città (soprattutto con la distruzione del Crocifisso di Cimabue), ma anche della sua rinascita dal fango, attraverso la capillare opera di restauro e di conservazione.
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A Basílica de Santa Cruz, ou Basilica di Santa Croce é a principal igreja franciscana em Florença, na Itália, e uma das principais basílicas da Igreja Católica no mundo. Está situada na Piazza di Santa Croce, a lesta da Santa Maria del Fiore. É o lugar onde estão enterrados alguns dos mais ilustres italianos, tais como Michelângelo, Galileo Galilei, Maquiavel e Rossini, e assim é apelidada de Panteão das Glórias Italianas.

A lenda diz que a igreja foi fundada pelo próprio São Francisco de Assis. A atual igreja foi iniciada em 1294, possivelmente por Arnolfo di Cambio e foi bancada por algumas das famílias mais ricas da cidade. Foi consagrada em 1442 pelo Papa Eugênio IV. A vasta estrutura é a maior igreja franciscana do mundo. Suas características mais marcantes são as 16 capelas, muitas delas decoradas com afrescos de Giotto e seus alunos e os monumentos funerários. O campanário foi construído em 1842.

No Primo Chiostro, o principal claustro, encontra-se a Capela Pazzi, construída como uma sala capitular entre 1442 e 1446 e finalmente completada em 1470. Filippo Brunelleschi esteve envolvido em seu projeto.

O Museo dell’ Opera di Santa Croce está localizado basicamente no refeitório, online forum do claustro. Um monumento a Florence Nightingale está no claustro, na cidade onde ela nasceu e da qual recebeu o nome.

Hoje, o antigo dormitório dos Frades Franciscanos abriga a Scuola del Cuoio (Escola do Couro). Os visitantes podem ver os artesãos criando carteiras, bolsas e outros objetos que são vendidos na loja adjacente.
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The Basilica di Santa Croce (Basilica of the Holy Cross) is the primary Franciscan church in Florence, Italy, and a minor basilica of the Roman Catholic Church. It is positioned on the Piazza di Santa Croce, about 800 metres south east of the Duomo. The site, when first selected, was in marshland outside the city walls. It is the tomb of some of the most renowned Italians, such as Michelangelo, Galileo, Machiavelli, Foscolo, Gentile and Rossini, thus it is known also as the Temple of the Italian Glories (Tempio dell’Itale Glorie).

The Basilica is the biggest Franciscan church in the world. Its most notable features are its sixteen chapels, much of them embellished with frescoes by Giotto and his pupils, and its tombs and cenotaphs. Legend says that Santa Croce was established by St Francis himself. The building of the existing church, to replace an older building, was started on 12 May 1294 [1], potentially by Arnolfo di Cambio, and paid for by a few of the city’s most affluent families. It was consecrated in 1442 by Pope Eugene IV. The structure’s design reflects the austere method of the Franciscans. The floorplan is an Egyptian or Tau cross (a symbol of St Francis), 115 metres in length with a nave and two aisles separated by lines of octagonal columns. To the south of the church was a convent, some of whose buildings stay.

In the Primo Chiostro, the primary cloister, there is the Cappella dei Pazzi, developed as the chapter home, finished in the 1470s. Filippo Brunelleschi (who had created and carried out the dome of the Duomo) was associated with its design which has remained rigorously simple and unadorned.

In 1560, the choir screen was eliminated as part of modifications developing from the Counter-Reformation and the interior rebuilt by Giorgio Vasari. As a result, there was damage to the church’s decor and the majority of the altars previously found on the screen were lost.

The campanile was built in 1842, changing an earlier one damaged by lightning. The neo-Gothic marble façade, by Nicolò Matas, dates from 1857-1863.

A Jewish designer Niccolo Matas from Ancona, developed the church’s 19th century neo-Gothic exterior, working a prominent Star of David into the structure. Matas had wanted to be buried with his peers but because he was Jewish, he was buried under the patio and not within the walls.

In 1866, the complex ended up being public home, as a part of government suppression of the majority of religious homes, following the wars that gained Italian self-reliance and unity. [2] [3]
The Museo dell’Opera di Santa Croce is housed primarily in the refectory, likewise off the cloister. A monolith to Florence Nightingale stands in the cloister, in the city in which she was born and after which she was called. Brunelleschi likewise developed the inner cloister, finished in 1453.

In 1966, the Arno River flooded much of Florence, consisting of Santa Croce. The water got in the church bringing mud, pollution and heating oil. The damage to buildings and art treasures was serious, taking several years to fix.

Today the previous dormitory of the Franciscan Friars houses the Scuola del Cuoio (Leather School) [1] Visitors can view as craftsmens craft handbags, wallets, and other leather products which are sold in the surrounding shop.

It is quickly included in the video game Assassin’s Creed II, as Ezio Auditore da Firenze makes his very first popular kill in its courtyard throughout an exhibit of Verrochio’s art work.

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