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This little chapel is presently owned and maintained by the city of Pisogne and used for, e.g., exhibitions. BUT: when you enter the open door (no access fee, no staff when we visited on a Tuesday afternoon) you are met by the most fantastic frescos...More
This stunning little church in the town of Pisogne is covered with the most beautiful high Renaissance frescoes by a relatively unknown painter called Romanino. They are called the Sistine Chapel of the Poor and they really do rival the beauty and complexity of that...More