We paid our €6 entrance fee not really knowing what we were going to see and we were stunned! The building is a vast array of rooms and crypts and the frescos were amazing.
The main part of the building which was used as an Infirmary and Pilgrim's hall is covered in 15C frescos depicting the work of the hospital.
The building also houses the Archaeological museum and has a large collection of artefacts gathered from around Siena as well as a coin collection.
Although we spent a few hours here we could have spent a lot longer......fascinating place!
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