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Thanks to people responsible for creating the audioguide my visit to this church was incredibly enjoyable. It gives you comprehensive information about all the interior, explaining stories from Old and New Testament depicted on frescoes. It's included in the price of the ticket which at...More
The church's plain exterior hides it's beautiful interior. It is covered with frescoes covering the Bible from Adam and Eve to the Crucifixion and beyond--St. Sebastian. It is well worth the small admission charge to visit this church. In addition, it's a nice break from...More
The Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Assunta or Duomo is one of the most important examples of Romanesque architecture in Tuscany. The first church here was built in the 10th century and the present one was erected in the 12th century. But, it is more...More
Ever since I saw Tea with Mussolini I’ve wanted to visit this particular church. It did not disappoint. They open at 10:00...avoid the crowd and be there early. The interior is fascinating. It seems like every inch of wall space is covered with something. The...More
We visited while on a day tour from Florence, so we had only about an hour here, but it was enough to see the best works. Many of the panels date from the 1300s, and they are still in good condition. Artists include Lippo Memmi,...More