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The frescos in the oratorium of Cecilia tell about the live and death of Cecilia and her husband. It offers a detailed view and perspective of live in the middle ages not to big but really impressive..
We spent a pleasant afternoon at a performance of renaissance music. The performers were of the highest quality. The concert was in the beautiful surroundigs of the chapel and was free (donations were accepted though). This is a must go to if the chance arises.
Only visit if you are in to art and religion. Very small chapel with incredible frescoes depicting the life of St. Cecilia- truly beautiful. Many people who have no interest in art, history or religion will skip it but they will be the ones who...More
We came across this church while strolling around. It was beautiful, the frescos were amazing. The lady working there talked us through them. They were wonderful pieces of work and it was a privilege to see something that is 100s of years old. Worth a...More
What a lovely surprise! We happened upon the Oratory by accident— while looking for another sight. The frescos are very beautiful, and the gentleman who greeted us gave us a fascinating background of the art as well as St. Cecelia. Plus, there is no charge
We stumbled on this gem by accident. The frescoes are beautiful and the subject matter is violent and disturbing.The legacy is that this marvellous space is used to perpetuate the arts. Wonderful music concerts are hosted here and well worth attending.
A small chapel which contains a large and interesting fresco cycle of the life of Saint Cecilia. It was fairly empty when we visited and is well lit so you can view it really well. Some wonderful examples of 15th century Bologna art.