Santa Clause Maria del Fiore, outlined by Arnolfo di Cambio, is the third biggest church on the planet after St. Subside's in Rome and St. Paul's in London and was the biggest church in Europe when it was finished in the fifteenth century. It is 153 meters in length, 90 meters wide at the intersection, and 90 meters high from the floor to the base of the light.
The third and last house of prayer of Florence, it was devoted to Santa Maria del Fiore, the Virgin of the Flower, in 1412, a reasonable suggestion to the lily, the image of the city of Florence. It was worked throughout the second church building, which early Christian Florence had committed to St. Reparata.