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The Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie al Calcinaio was built by the Shoemakers Guild in the 15th century, as they had lime basins for curing leather in the close vicinity. It is considered to be one of the most important masterpieces of the Renaissance...More
Wonderful historic church often missed on the trek up the hill to town. Watch for the driveway to your left as you see the church; it is hard to miss. The folks inside are very nice and will give you the details. Worth a short...More
As said in other reviews, the church from the outside is vast but looks like it could be abandoned. We passed it on the road up into Cortona for dinner one evening and decided to detour off and stop by. There was a service going...More
Our driver Dejan took us here for a surprise sunset party one night on our way to dinner. What a beautiful setting. We had champaign and watched the sun set with our friends. This place is just full of history and charm. Take time to...More
It is very nice to see some old buildings in their original state, this landmark has not had much restoration done to it and is not well visited. If you have an afternoon in Cortona and are looking to experience some old world architecture, this...More
This church is located on the way to Cortona and worth of stopping. You enter by car from above, drive down one way, exit below.
They started to build the church 1485 and finished 1513 and surrounded by some olive trees and cemetery. It is...More
While just out of town on one of the feeder routes up to Cortona, this small Duomo reveals the sweetness of Cortona's spiritual life. The inside is a little bit dark but you feel the spirit's presence. The cemetery is a few meters up the...More