Duomo see: Santa Maria del Fiore
 
Ognissanti
Painting:
1. Church
2. Giotto
3. Refter Last Supper (Ghirlandaio)
4. Vespucci Chapel (Ghirlandaio)
5. Jerome (Ghirlandaio)
6. Augustine (Botticelli)
 
San Lorenzo
Architecture:
1.0 Church
1.1 Construction history
1.2 The facade design of Michelangelo
1.3 Interior and dome
1.4 The crossing and the dome
1.5 A visually unpleasant connection of chapels and ‘cripple columns and pilasters’
2.   Old Sacristy (Brunelleschi)
3.   New Sacristy (Michelangelo)
4.   Laurentian library (Michelangelo)
San Lorenzo
Sculpture:
1. Pulpits (Donatello)
2. The tabernacle of sacraments (Settignano)
3. Old Sacristy (Donatello)
4. New Sacristy (Michelangelo)
 
San Marco
Architectuur:
The library of the San Marco
San Marco
Schilderkunst:
1.   Fra Angelico en de San Marco
2.   Het altaarstuk voor het koor van de San Marco
3.   De predella van het hoofdaltaar
4.   Het binnenhof: kruisiging
5.   De fresco’s in de lunetten
6.   De kapittelzaal
De cellen van het dormitorium:
7.   De novicen (zuidzijde)
8.   De cellen van de monniken (oostzijde)
9.   De cellen van de lekenbroeders (noordzijde)
10. De dubbele cel van Cosimo (noordzijde)
11. Twee keer Maria’ in de gangen van het dormitorium
 
San Miniato al Monte Architectuur:
1. The Church
2. The Facade
 
San Salvi
Painting:
Last Supper in the refectory of the San Salvi (Andrea del Sarto)
 
See: Santa Maria del Fiore ofwel Duomo
 
Santa Croce
Architecture:
1. Piazza Santa Croce
2. The Church
3. Pazzi Chapel
Santa Croce
Sculpture:
9.   Cavalcanti Tabernacle (Donatello)
10. Two life-size crucifixen (Donatello)
11. The grave of Michelangelo 
 
Santa Croce
Painting:
1.   Bardi and Peruzzi chapels (Giotto)
2.  Bardi chapel (Giotto)
3.   Bardi di Vernio-kapel (Maso di Banco en Taddeo Gaddi)
4.   Baroncelli Chapel (Taddeo Tadddi)
5.   Peruzzi Chapel (Giotto)
6.  The plague and other horrors and their influence on art in Florence
7.  The old and the new style in The Coronation of Mary and The Rejection of Joachim’s Sacrifice
8.  Refectory Last Supper nowadays  museum (Taddeo Gaddi)
 
Santa Felicita
Architecture:
Barbadori Chapel or Capponi Chapel (Brunelleschi)
Painting (Pontormo)
Santa Maria degli Angeli (Oratory)
Architecture:
1.0 The Santa Maria degli Angeli or the Oratory
1.1 Brunelleschi and his style in the Oratory
1.2 The Oratory after 1500
 
Santa Maria del Carmine
Painting:
Brancacci Chapel (Masolino and Massacio)
 
Santa Maria del Fiore of Duomo
Architecture:
1.   The Church
2.   The Facade
3.0 The Dome of the  Duomo (Santa Maria del Fiore) Brunelleschi
3.1 The Lantern
3.2 Crowning the lantern
3.3 The dome: a new style or just gothic?
4. Chapels surrounding the apse in the Duomo
5.  Campanile
Santa Maria del Fiore of Duomo
Sculpture:
6.  Porta della Mandorla: a special portal of the Duomo (Nanni di Banco)
Santa Maria del Fiore of Duomo
Painting:
7.   Fresco of John Hawkwood (Uccello)
8.   Fresco of Niccolo da Tolentino (Castagno)
 
Santa Maria Novella
Architecture:
1. Church
2. The facade (Alberti)
Santa Maria Novella
Sculpture:
3. Crucifix Gondi Chapel (Brunelleschi)
Santa Maria Novella
Painting:
4. Holy Trinity (Masaccio)
5. Spanish Chapel
6.0  Tornabuoni Chapel or the Cappella Maggio (Ghirlandaio)
Santa Trinita
Painting:
1. Sassetti, the Santa Maria Novella and the Santa Trinita
Santi Apostoli
Architecture:
Church (source of inspiration for Brunelleschi)
Santo Spirito
Architecture:
1. Santo Spirito (Brunelleschi)
2. The San Spirito: a church without the errors of the San Lorenzo
3. The dome and the crossing
4. The crossing as a module in the Santo Spirito and the San Lorenzo
5. The facade of the Santo Spirito
5. A square in front of the Santo Spirito with a view on the Arno
Sculpture
Crucifix in the sacristy (Michelangelo)
 
Santissima Annunziata
Architecture:
1. The Church
2. The Rotonda (Michelozzo and later Alberti)