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We stumbled on this gem by accident. The frescoes are beautiful and the subject matter is violent and disturbing.The legacy is that this marvellous space is used to perpetuate the arts. Wonderful music concerts are hosted here and well worth attending.
A small chapel which contains a large and interesting fresco cycle of the life of Saint Cecilia. It was fairly empty when we visited and is well lit so you can view it really well. Some wonderful examples of 15th century Bologna art.
This was recommended as a less visited site. It was near where we stayed so we went along as I am particularly interested in Renaissance art. I was not disappointed. The chapel is quiet and the frescos well preserved. There is a booklet in English...More
This place is right next to San Giacomo but you can easily walk past which would be a mistake as the frescoes of the life of St C are very fine and really interesting.The enthusiastic local volunteer explianed how and why they were painted in...More