Florence 2016, sometimes it was very hard to work out if you were looking at church or some other building. It was only when I got home and looked up the photos of the what I thought were churches, I was then able to give them a name. I nearly walked by Santa Felicita, it was only because someone else was taking photos that I stopped. It was locked, apparently it is open on Saturdays, but of course it wasn’t a Saturday, but maybe in the future we will come back on a Saturday.
I think it is worth a visit after I read the following…..in the 4th Century a church was built on this place by the Christian community of Florence, which inhabitated on this side of the river, opposite to the Roman city; this early-christian building was subsequently modified and enlarged (in 11th Century, and then in 14th Century, when a tower located by the church was transformed in bell-tower), so that today only few fragments of the originary structure are still recognizable.