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This old church was built starting from the XIII century by the Dominicans (the original convent was demolished) and the most interesting and beautiful part is the front.
The brick facade is quite simple and contrasts with the beautiful marble portal with a double stairway,...More
A fellow traveler, a Dominican, pointed out that there was much about this 15 th century church in which we attended Mass, which was prototypically Dominican. It is sparse, except for the magnificent Della Robbia. It is single nave, which promotes communal preaching. And, it's...More