If you take the time to read up on this chapel before visiting so you know a little about who did which portion of the frescoes in the chapel, you will get a lot more out of the visit. Masaccio truly was a master, as comparing his work to the work of the others shows. The church--which was open when we visited--is itself very impressive, and also seeing the chapel from the church (rather than the small reserved area in front of it) was worthwhile. (On a prior visit, the church was closed; not sure why it is sometimes open and other times closed.)
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