We were waved into this former convent by one of the staff members. I'm glad we took the time. It is open only on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings, and there is no entrance fee, but donations are welcome. The former refectory of the convent, the small rectangular room is highlighted by a fresco of the Last Supper by Perugino (originally attributed to Raphael). Beautifully restored, the fresco covers the whole far wall. Other paintings by well know Florentine artists plus artifacts occupy the long walls.
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