Santi Apostoli Religious Services in Florence in English and Italian
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Santi Apostoli Archdiocese of Florence

Serving all English speakers--especially study abroad students--Santi Apostoli offers many religious services in English. They are known to be extremely welcoming to university students as they have an environment that promotes students to connect with their faith, the locals of Florence, and each other. Religious Services Daily Mass Rosary: 5:30 PM (Italian) Daily Mass 6:00 PM (Italian) Adoration 6:30 PM **Italian - ­ English Bilingual Mass are on Tuesdays English Sunday
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Duomo di Firenze

Florence's most famous building and one of the biggest cathedral’s in the world, the Duomo or the Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore is a breathtaking gothic building. The cathedral was built on the site of the seventh century church of Santa Reparata, the remains can be seen within the crypt. The cathedral we see today is the result of 170 years of work. The first stone of the facade
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St. James Episcopal American Church

St. James Episcopal Church serves as a multilingual international congregation as a member congregation of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe and a Parish Church of the Anglican Communion. Religious Services of Worship Weekly Sunday Worship 9:00am - Holy Eucharist with Sermon 11:00am - Holy Eucharist with Sermon and Music Easter Services 2018 Palm Sunday, March 25: Liturgy of the Palms and Eucharist, 9am & 11am Mon, Tues, Wed
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St. Mark’s English Church

Serving all English-speakers, St. Mark's 'English' Church is a chaplaincy of the Church of England in the Diocese in Europe. The church is used for worship, weddings, opera, concerts, and academic events. Apart from other churches, St. Mark's does not receive local or national government financial support. That said, the church relies on donations from visitors. Religious Services of Worship at St. Mark's Church Principal Sunday Worship - Every Sunday
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Jewish Services at the Florentine Synagogue

David Levi, the President of Hebrew University, paved the way for the development of a new synagogue in Florence in 1868. In 1882, the construction of the 'Tempio Maggiore Israelitico' was complete, one of the first synagogues in to not be disguised as something other than itself. To be noticeable amongst the other large Florence buildings, the central dome is surrounded by copper that has oxidized to the greenish color