I stayed at a hotel that is not more than 20 steps from this convent. Unless you have a particular interest in the church and it's fresco(s), I would not make an exclusive trip to it. However, if you happen to walk the street before 1:30 (closing time), then its worth dropping in. It wasn't until my 3rd day in Florence that I realized that the incredibly ugly building that was next to my hotel was actually a possible tourist site. Upon entering, I immediately recognized the fresco as one that I had studied in an art history course. The main attraction is Andrea del Castagno's depiction of the Last Supper. It is wonderfully preserved and restored. The rest of the artworks in the convent are less known and in worth condition.
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