Pieve di Sant'Andrea a Cercina, Sesto Fiorentino

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The Pieve di Sant'Andrea is an 11th-century pieve or rural church in Cercina, Tuscany, central Italy.Initiated in Romanesque style, it was later remade. It has a sturdy bell tower with single and double mullioned windows. The interior is on a nave, and houses fragments of 14th-century frescoes (St. Anthony and one Female Saint). Other painting works include a Virgin Enthonred with Child between Sts. Andrew and John the Baptist (16th century), the Resurrection of Christ between Sts. Anthony of Padua, Mary Magdalene, Catherine of Alexandria and Jesm by Francesco Curradi, and two panels with a Nativity between Sts. Lucy and Jerome and Massacre of the Innocents.The marble baptismal font dates to 1613, while the stoup, also in marble, is from 1540.
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  • a destination tourism tarscurata Florentine, but it deserves a discovery. A beautiful Romanesque church with a beautiful cloister in the hills a few kilometers from Florence
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  • In the middle of the countryside is extraordinary visit this church made all the more interesting and unusual due to an original element: the overhang of the Bell Chamber than the barrel of the campanile. A sense of peace makes this really special.
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  • The Church is located in a very nice and relaxing countryside. Nice exterior with the belfry particular wider above the base. Beautiful interior. Also worth seeing are the cloister.
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