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All reviews small chapel amazing frescoes restoration work preserved frescoes simple church a real gem gothic style scrovegni chapel the main street less than an hour st john art lovers san giovanni crucifixion brothers vivid wall
It is amazing how you can spend a great deal of time in this single room, captured by the frescoes depicting life and death of San Giovanni.
Absolutely to be seen.
Buy the combined ticket - cost 5 Euros - to visit also the adjacent...More
This is a very simple church but it is well worth the ticket price (€5 for San Giovanni and nearby San Giuseppe) as the frescos are simply outstanding. That's all there is to say! Just sit and soak them in for as long as you...More
This small chapel has 2 walls with very well preserved frescoes from the early 15th century, which are very much worth seeing. On the other 2 walls the frescoes are less well preserved. There is an information sheet worth reading while watching the scenes. The...More
We were stunned by the spectacular well preserved frescoes from 2 painters we didn't know though we indulge in knowing quite a lot about Italian painting from that period. The frescoes are a real wonder and deserve an hour visit in order to fully appreciate...More
The Oratory of San Giovanni Batista was erected on 1393 in Urbino. I heard that it is assumed that at one time the oratory was completely painted. The St John cycle, of which twelve scenes are well preserved and five survive in fragments, completely covers...More
The paintings (murals) in the Oratorio are so beautiful you have to go and see them if you get a chance. The Oratorio ia a fairy small museum which takes most people less than an hour to visit but is is absolutely fabulous. The pictures...More
i was reluctant to go into another church so sent my husband in first. he immediately came out and said i had to go in as well. glad i did. just beautiful. we have seen many frescoes in different cities but these are just as...More
The sign to go here is not really clear. We can take 2 different small street to come here. It’s near Oratory St. Joseph.
Many interesting historical story here but the museum (oratory) is small.
Entrance Ticket is €2.50 per person.