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The church of Monteoliveto, or Sant'Anna dei Lombardi, is known for its quantity and quality of Renaissance artworks, such as those by tuscans Benedetto da Maiano and Antonio Rossellino, together with famed frescos by Giorgio Vasari within the...more
i am a man who studies the word of god and follow the guidence of the holy spirit, and the holy sp[irit moves on this church and there i will find some one to provide the funds for me to visit this church. i advise...More
A group of Italians from Ravenna staying in my hotel were raving about this church. With good reason.The Tourist Office in Piazza Gesu Nuovo can give you precise directions.
Very near to Gesu Nuovo church - you walk down to Piazza Gravina and across the...More
The church is actually a great place; some pieces were saved with the restoration works. The place has got so much potential but I didn't enjoy the tour because I couldn't see anything, even if it was told that the lamps have been recently renovated;...More
Wonderful place where to diving into an amazing example of Italian Renaissance art.
The hidden Vasari’s sacristy will leave you breathless ! The full visit require a paying admission ticket, very cheap. At present this place is outside of the main tourist routes, but I...More
All local churches have remarkable ceilings and impressive detail, this church stood out - the life size depiction of moments after the crucifixion a good portrayal of grief and loss. Also, Excellent restoration in progress which could do with contributions. What or where could the...More
The wonders in this church came as a complete surprise. The Aula Vasari is absolutely beautiful, with features unlike any we've seen elsewhere; I won't even try to describe them. Also astounding is a life-size lamentation of Christ in clay that my wife (who is...More
Be ready for a wonderful surprise.
The curch is beautiful, but paying only 5 Euros you have access to one of the most amazing things I have ever seen.
The beauty of the Cappella Vasari is hard to describe, you have to see it to...More
The church is a beautiful and sacred place. But you don't need to be religious to be moved by visit. A €5 donation each takes you into the areas being restored, and these are very impressive. There is a chapel which seriously has the feel...More