Great Cloister

Great Cloister, Cortona: Address, Great Cloister Reviews: 5/5

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Great Cloister

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Located in the Monastero Di Monte Oliveto Maggiore, the great cloister (1443) presents a series of frescoes on the life of Saint Benedict by Signorelli (1497-1498) and Sodoma (from 1505,) one of the largest complexes of Renaissance painting.
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Josephine B
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Cortona sightseeing
Aug 2018 • Solo
Ensure you see all the historical sights of Cortona as well as the restaurants and shops would be my advice. It’s an Etruscan city.
Written August 13, 2018
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