Pieve delle Sante Flora e Lucilla, Santa Fiora
(5/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • Simple but austere Church placed in Piazza Deanship, in the District of Castle, which dates back to 1142, that inside it has beautiful artwork. Restored to half of the 400 and transformed at the end of ' 700 has gabled façade divided into two parts by a horizontal frame, a Renaissance portal and a Gothic rose window, beneath which is the crest farmhouse away. The Interior has three naves separated by arches, with the nave ending chorus quadrangular, houses an interesting collection of della Robbia terracotta works dating from 1465-1490: in the right aisle the triptych with '' Coronation of the Virgin, '' Stigmata of St. Francis '' and '' Saint Jerome '' decorated with festoons of leaves, fruit and flowers in the right nave and later the crucifix said of San Biagio; the pulpit '' last supper, '' '' Resurrection '' and '' Ascension of Christ ''; the Tabernacle '' the eternal father in glory among the adoring Cherubim and Angels ''; in the left aisle is the baptism of Christ ' in front of the baptismal font and the great altarpiece of '' Madonna della Cintola and Saints. '' We came several times in Santa Fiora and each time we found its churches always open ... it is very nice to leave the faithful free access to God's House (as unfortunately is no longer allowed!!).
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  • Beautiful both in terms of architectural and artistic. The presbytery has not undergone adjustments post Conciliar liturgical featuring altars, for which the mass is celebrated with the Tridentine rite. You can still see the pulpit, covered from the beautiful majolica of Andrea della Robbia depicting scenes from the life of Jesus. Other tiles from the della Robbia on the sides of the Church and the baptismal font, narrate the life of Christ. The mass is celebrated either in weekdays/weekends, Sunday is at 11.30
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  • The Church dates back to the mid 12th century by the Aldobrandeschi family, with subsequent extensively of the Sforza family. The exterior of the Church is quite insignificant, could be exchanged with another thousand on the Tuscan land: façade divided into two parts by a frame, a Renaissance Portal rather anonymous and a large rose window (maybe the most interesting part); but it is the Interior which is surprising. Beyond the Division into three naves, the Church preserves some masterpieces by Andrea della Robbia: the panels of the pulpit, a great altarpiece of the Madonna della Cintola and a triptych with the Madonna with Saints. The visit of these works by Andrea della Robbia, by itself, is worth a stop in this pretty village on the slopes of Mount Amiata.
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