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There are some very old frescoes in this quiet little church for which it is famous. A little off the main track and down the hill this church is worth a visit, especially when you then compare it with the other, more elaborate, churches in...More
The medieval church was built from 1275 and completed in the 14th century. It is built in a typical Tuscan Gothic style and dedicated to Saint Dominic, a Castilian priest and a patron saint of astronomers. There are several very precious frescoes in its interior,...More
the famous cross had a audio which shed much light on the symbolism of the cross it was well worth 1euro, the whole church was the first from the Dominican friars. Just a small but incredible information about the church who why ect I loved...More
Not the reason to go to Arezzo but as long as you are there, why not visit this lovely church before or after St. Francis. Because near to the cenotaph is Piero della Francesca's Mary Magdalene (1460s).
You can see a video of this church...More
This is a beautiful church set on a charming square in central Arezzo. It is decorated with innumerable early frescoes, many of which are in poor condition and others of which, like the magnificent Annunciation by Spinello Aretino, are placed so that they are virtually...More
Cortona features many piazzas, palazzos, churches and public buildings of the Romanesque style, some with Gothic features overlaid on top. At the crest of a hill overlooking the valley we chanced upon the 15th century primitive Church of San Domenico just outside the city walls,...More