These cloisters should not be missed if you visit Florence. The art works are stunning and although they have been damaged over the centuries (particularly by the floods of 1966), are well restored and extremely beautiful. The frescoes on the theme of salvation and damnation in the Spanish chapel are absolutely wonderful! The Museum is also very good. When we visited, the entrance was from the street behind the church of Santa Maria Novella, directly across from the railway station. There were no queues and the peace and serenity were a lovely change.
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