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Chiesa di San Lorenzo

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Via Santa Croce 2, 52037, Sansepolcro Italy
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If you think that Florence is the cradle of Renaissance we will prove you wrong with this tour! <br><br>Take a journey through the hidden birthplaces of art &amp; crafts genius: we will bring you to Michelangelo’s home town Caprese (not to be mixed up with the homonymous tomato-and-mozzarella dish!). the picturesque hill town of Anghiari we will walk you through the natural backdrop of Leonardo’s lost masterpiece The Battle of Anghiari. <br><br>Next, you will discover Antiche Officine Busatti, a mesmerising bottega from 1860, where old textile craftsmanship is still alive and transmitted to the next generations. <br><br>The tour then continues to the town of Sansepolcro, where you have the choice to visit either the Museo Piero della Francesca or Museo dell’Erboristeria, located in a fascinating 19th century Tuscan villa. <br><br>This tour is all about the secrets of Tuscan genius.
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PierreGoloso wrote a review Dec 2016
Paris, France17 contributions6 helpful votes
One masterpiece only here, splendid and disturbing. Rosso had to face the sack of Rome (1527) and this probbaly reflects his mood after an event that closed the 'smiling Renaissance'. Look at the strange face looking at you over the Christ's body. Devil? Ourselves? Who knows! A terrific counterpart to another painting by Rosso Fiorentino in Volterra!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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