A former Middle Ages Benedictine convent of Sant’Appollina, this museum is home to the well-known and striking Renaissance painting of the Last Supper. Around 1447, Andrea del Castagno frescoed the end wall of the refectory with scenes of the Last Supper, the Crucifixion, Deposition and Resurrection. It is one of the best examples of Renaissance artwork, and the vibrant colors will be sure to draw your attention. With a totally nondescript door you might miss it, but that means most other tourists missed it too, and you'll likely be one of the only visitors there to enjoy some much needed peace and quiet.
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