Cappella di San Severo, Perugia

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  • Situated in the small chapel of St. Severus, currently separated from the Church of San Severo, can be considered as a small museum, devoted exclusively to the masterpiece "Trinità e Santi" (175 x 389 cm), fresco executed by Raphael (1505) with interventions of Perugino (1521).
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  • the route comprises the entrance into the one room where there is a chapel with frescoes by the Maestro di Urbino and finished by Perugino, but is it enough: the fresco is gorgeous and well preserved, distionguono sharply by Raffaello traits other than Perugino's brushstrokes. Art excellence is well hidden in the narrow streets of Perugia which I believe would be better advertised: is distinctly the most beautiful work in the city. Waiting for us at the entrance there was a girl with a smile demonstrated a flawless preparation on the work as Raphael in General. A must-stop for those who go to Perugia.
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  • The nominal price of admission (3 euros) worth to see this fresco of a master painter as was Raphael. A work splendid as the small climb to do to get to the chapel. The fresco is just one but worth the stop on one of the chairs and stay a few minutes in admiration of this masterpiece of painting Jr.
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  • Best fresco ever don't even need to go to the Vatican.
  • Hidden streets of Perugia, adjacent to old town, lies a small chapel but admirable artistic quality
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  • Very nice the fresco, definitely worth seeing
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  • According to tradition, the primitive Church was built on a pagan temple dedicated to the Sun God, from which derives the name of the ward. On the second altar on the left was the fresco of the Trinity and Saints by Raphael and Perugino now isolated in a rectangular room adjacent to the Church, accessed from a side entrance with a ticket of € 3, which allows access to other two properties in Perugia. The Trinity, is certainly worth a visit!
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  • You pay 3 Euros to see a half forgettable fresco of Raphael in a small Hall Chapel. I recommend you rather visit the National Gallery.
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