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The Nineteenth Century Florence is rich of odd and sometimes surprising episodes, among which we might include also the Holy Trinity Church, built from 1890 on the initiative of the Anglo-Florentine community on the place where already stood a previous Anglican church.
I made this drawing on my Moleskine Watercolour Sketchbook standing on one side of the street along the church, while none of the rare passers-by seemed to notice my presence.

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