A beautiful place architectonically, full of frescoes and details. It would be worth a visit just for that but when you add the fact that inside you find the most interesting collection of musical instruments, portraits of great musical composers and copies of original musical scores, it becomes a 'must visit'. What a surprise this was, we went to see it because we were near, on our way to Santa Maria dei Servi. This is not your typical touristic place, it is simply beautiful and fascinating!!! DON'T MISS IT.
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