Cenacolo di Fuligno, Firenze
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The Last Supper at Foligno

One of the most important examples of the Umbrian Renaissance in Florence

Via Faenza, 42

The 'Cenacolo di Foligno' or Refectory of the former convent of the Tertiary Franciscans of Foligno, located in Florence, is decorated with a 15th-century fresco of the Last Supper with the Agony in the Garden in the background. This fresco was rediscovered in 1845 and first thought to be the work of Raphael, but it is now attributed to Pietro Perugino. The refectory also houses 16th-century paintings by artists from Florence and other areas who were influenced by Perugino.

 


Location: via Faenza 42, Firenze
Open: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 9-12
Free admission
For more information, see Polo Museale Fiorentino Official website

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