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La Badia di S. Flora e Lucilla, Arezzo
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  • As you enter you see so many things, frescos, altar and much more. In the nave towards the altar c is to land a diskette to the exact point of observation of the dome. The dome has designs to give an incredible relief. The altar of Vasari hits, but even more if you go to the sides, see another altar back, you can see sideways but it deserves. Beautiful the crucifix and the frescoes around the Church. For me the best of Arezzo.
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  • Go to this church is all a surprise. The Church as seen from the facade was an extension of a Romanesque church with a single nave. The current situation is the result of a project by Giorgio Vasari. Built between the 1600 contains many treasures. The first thing you see is the dome that is actually just a canvas painted by Andrea dal Pozzo in about 1700. Imperious the altar the result of work of Giorgio Vasari but that was placed in another Church and brought here to not end up in a warehouse. The altar closes an organ and a choir of great artistic value. There are many works but I describe what I have been more impressed. The crucifix on the right seems to me the result of the school by Signorelli. Returning to the exit on the left an impressive Board of Giorgio Vasari created for family Albergotti really beautiful where George is pictured on the right with beard. A work almost minimal but that to me is a unique charm is the figure created by Bartolomeo della Gatta on the wall according to the door. The Church is filled with so many other works and remain fascinated. Sorry for any inaccuracies but go don't be disappointed.
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  • the exterior is no different from other churches of arezzo, inside there are very interesting and well executed frescoes
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  • The Church is far too sketchy from the outside and one can hardly imagine the treasures it holds inside. Obviously what I miss more to the eye once you enter you the suontuoso altar and chancel opera of the famous Vasari. Mind you the back of the altar that houses a stupendous chorus above which there is a magnificent organ. Various valuable paintings are then distributed in the aisles.
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  • It is the home of the pastor. Why should anyone care?
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  • One of the most beautiful churches in the city, many exceptional artworks
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