In the States, churches are primarily places of worship. In Europe, it’s a little more complicated. In Italy, where many structures are hundreds of years old, they often serve as tourist destinations. That’s certainly the case in Florence, which boasts some of the most famous art in the world — works that are not limited to Michelangelo’s “David” or the paintings in the Uffizi Gallery.
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