This TINY church dates back to 1032 and is often referred to as Dante's church. It is across the street and a couple steps away from the Museo Casa Di Dante. It is said to be the place where Dante first laid eyes on Beatrice. The (unlikely actual) burial place of Beatrice Portinari is in the church and you can light a "candle" at her grave or leave a note to her asking her intercession for matters of the heart. (The basket is overflowing)
This is a convenient along the way stop between the Uffizi/Piazza della Signoria/Palazzo Vecchio and the The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore (duomo). Set off on the street across from Neptune and head toward the Via Dante Allegheri.
One caveat, the posted hours are not accurate. I had to go back 3 times to find it open.
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