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Cenacolo di Fuligno

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Address: Via Faenza 42, 50123, Florence, Italy
Phone Number: +39 055 286982
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The Cenacolo di Fuligno is a lovely place to visit to see the fresco of the Last Supper by Perugino. Locatd on Via Faenza, it is easily reached and recommended to spend some time... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 24 May 2016
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 May 2016

The Cenacolo di Fuligno is a lovely place to visit to see the fresco of the Last Supper by Perugino. Locatd on Via Faenza, it is easily reached and recommended to spend some time seeing the fresco.

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Menlo Park, CA
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 20 February 2016

There are at least four "cenacoli" -- Renaissance frescoes of the Last Supper -- scattered about Florence. Perugino's effort (late 15C) is a masterful example of the artist's work. Check our Judas with his bag of silver, or the details of the apostles bare feet under the table. If you have the time, you should check out all these small... More 

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Waterville Valley, New Hampshire
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 October 2015

A perfect quite peaceful place in a busy city. The last supper frescoes here is just beautiful. Stop in, check dates open, only two days per week, mornings. Worth visiting while at San Lorenzo and Mercator Centrale . Walk then to San Marco.

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 October 2015

You come here to see the Last Supper fresco of Fuligno. The accompanying information is very good, and of course it's free

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Florence, Italy
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 26 September 2015

This is a little gem of a museum nestled in the daily activity of Via Faenza. Some of the most important Florentine masterworks of the late 15c. are exhibited while the most captivating of all is by Perugino, The Last Supper. If the doors are open and you are passing by, it captures your attention, is mesmerizing, it's so beautiful...and... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 6 August 2013

Museo Fuligno or Cenacolo Fuligno is a free entrance museum with the fresco of another version of the Last supper by Perugino. A 3-5 minutes walk from Santa Maria Novella station by heading the directions of via Nazionale and turn left at the direction of via faenza (just few steps from that crossing is the Fuligno). An amazing last supper... More 

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 1 August 2013

We were waved into this former convent by one of the staff members. I'm glad we took the time. It is open only on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings, and there is no entrance fee, but donations are welcome. The former refectory of the convent, the small rectangular room is highlighted by a fresco of the Last Supper by Perugino... More 

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Florence, Italy
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 March 2013

It is always baffling to realize how many humanities and masterpieces are packed into the relatively small town of Florence. I am born and grown up in Florence, an art geek and a teacher by trade, and yet can't say I have seen them all. the Cenacolo di Fuligno was once the refectory, or dining room (cena=dinner in italian) of... More 

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San Lorenzo’s lively merchants shout out from behind stalls with an array of products in one of the most traditional neighborhoods in Florence. Different ethnic groups join together in the large outdoor market of San Lorenzo and in the Central Market, a vast multi-floored building. Visitors are bound to fall in love with this area and in particular, with its variety of food, especially those focusing on Florentine dishes as well as international selections. Nobody leaves San Lorenzo without a shopping bag in hand or with an empty stomach.
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