Chiesa di Badia (Église)

Built in Roman times but modified greatly since, this small church is remarkable for its curiously asymmetric layout and for the Renaissance pietra serena decor of the 2C altar on the left, which was probably the work of Desiderius da Settignano.

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Address : 

Via della Misericordia

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