The Capella di San Severo, Piazza Raffaello, contains the only fresco confirmed by Raffaello and still remaining in Perugia. It represents the Trinity and is on the upper part of the wall when you enter on the right. It is unmistakably the hand of the Great Master. The bottom part is quite different, you can tell right away: it was left unfinished by Raffaello and completed by Perugino.
There is an anonymous statue of the Madona in the middle. The top of the fresco was rather badly damaged, God and the Putty are almost gone and even the recent renovation could not bring them back to life. There is a nominal admission charge. Or, you can choose to buy a "family card" which includes about a dozen museum and churches (see my review of the Galleria delle arte d'Umbria).
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