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La Badia di S. Flora e Lucilla, Arezzo

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  • Church of the Badia entitled at S.S. Flora and Lucilla was originally a single nave then underwent a remarkable transformation in 1500 as we see today with three naves. Beautiful and valuable art treasures inside. To see other than the renowned dome of Andrea Pozzo the great crucifix painted by Sienese painter Segna di Bonaventura. Do not miss the view of beautiful pala di Giorgio Vasari: the crowning of the Virgin opera of the highest artistic level that gives beautiful spiritual influences.
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  • This church is famous especially because inside there is the false dome by Andrea dal Pozzo, a masterpiece of perspective. For us was nothing new, as one thing we've seen in Rome, Saint Ignatius of Loyola. But still worth it. What really prompted us here are the paintings by Vasari, an artist who we worship. Nice wooden crucifix by an unknown artist. Little else ....
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  • Church little joke by tourists, but really great for the masterpieces of Vasari kept in and pretend dome painted by Andrea Pozzo that when viewed from the right angle (marked with a bronze piece on the floor of the main nave) gives the impression that it is actually carved with three-dimensional works.
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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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