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Chiesa di San Francesco, Prato
Categories: Churches, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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Primo edificio pubblico di Prato in mattoni, con facciata romanica-gotica; oltre alle opere d'arte custodite, sono da vedere la cappella Regnadori e il fantastico chiostro.First public building of brick Romanesque-Gothic façade Meadow; In addition to artworks, are worth seeing the Regnadori Chapel and the great cloister.show original
un pezzo di storia pratese... con un chiostro da favola, dove i ricordi di bambino si rincorrono all'eco di frati che richiamano al silenzio...quanti anni sono passati ? Il tempo si è fermato qui...a piece of history of Prato ... with a cloister, where memories of child chasing the echo of friars who recall the silence ... how many years have passed? Time stood still here ...show original
A poca distanza dal Castello dell’Imperatore e dalla bellissima Chiesa di Santa Maria delle Carceri, la Chiesa di San Francesco si presenta esternamente in stile romanico e gotico con bei marmi bicrom... read more »A short distance from the Emperor's Castle and the beautiful church of Santa Maria delle Carceri, the Church of San Francesco looks externally in Romanesque and Gothic with beautiful marble-colored blocks at the bottom and bricks in the upper one, a beautiful portal surmounted by ARC (also in two colours) and a large rose window in the same shades. Internally is very bare, you could say "Franciscan"; featuring some of the chapels of the nobility pratesi, with their beautiful "arms"; in front of the main altar is buried one of the most important figures in the history of Prato: what was called "the merchant of Prato" Francesco Datini, who donated the large wooden crucifix of fourteenth century laid on the altar; also notable is the sepulchral monument of Geminiano Inghirami (Prato's fundamental character). Prato is rich in churches, that of St. Francis is one of the most interestingshow original
Francesco RosatiTo visit, it would be nice also the cloister but it is not freely accessibleshow original
Stefano TomassoliBeautiful church with a beautiful cloister which, however, is not very accessible. The square is often a place of food markets and trinketsshow original
Federico Silvio MorettoBeautiful church overlooking the square. Features of discrete artworks, but we're not talking about masterpieces never even comparing them to other nearby churches.show original
Niccolò Rinaldibeautiful churchshow original
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