No less interesting religious monument is the church Chiesa della Congregazione Olandese Alemanna, which is considered a true example of the neo-Gothic style. The construction of the church was completed in 1864. Today, the architectural monument is being prepared for a major reconstruction. The church has never been rebuilt over its long history so it has become very dilapidated. Now, for safety reasons, it's not allowed to get inside, so visitors to the city can only admire its external appearance.
Another historical monument that has managed to survive in wartime is Chiesa Di Sant'Andrea. It was erected in the middle of the 19th century in the neo-Gothic style typical of that time. The church was erected on the initiative of the local Scottish community, which lived in Livorno at that time. The chief architect of the project was the famous Scottish specialist Rumball. The church turned out to be completely different from other religious monuments that have been built in the city by that time. Now guests of the city recognize it by the high clock tower, which is visible from many streets.
Chiesa di San Giorgio consecrated in 1844 looks very much like an ancient temple. Its entrance is decorated with tall slender columns, this church is considered a vivid neoclassical monument. Since its founding, the main parishioners of the church were Romanian immigrants who founded a rather large community in the city in the mid-19th century. The old church is still functional and often holds divine services. During major religious holidays, beautiful celebrations are organized near the church.