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Florence's Duomo
St. Mary of the Flowers, known as Florence's Duomo, is one of the most iconic symbols of Italian renaissance architecture. However, its facade was completed only in the 19th century, when Emilio de Fabris won a design competition that had been called to complete the church’s facade. De Fabris opted for a Neo-Gothic style featuring polychrome marble from Carrara, Prato and Siena.

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