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Stopped in to see this church on our wanderings through town. It’s high on a hill and somewhat isolated. But there’s a lovely park nearby. No admission charge makes it easier to walk through. Not a very impressive alter but large and nice to see.
I’m utterly enamored with Piero della Francesco so much so that I’ll go just about anywhere to see his work. Granted, this cathedral only has one work by him, a fresco of Mary Magdalene, but I think that seeing it alone was enchanting. It made...More
The building is impressive from the outside and beautiful on the inside. Closed for lunch we came back and were glad we did. While inside, organ music emanated from a chapel which compelled us to sit and contemplate while marveling at the sounds. Unfortunately I...More