We stumbled across this church when we were leaving a restaurant across the street. So glad we did! The choir was rehearsing for a Beethoven concert and we got to sit inside and listen. Truly beautiful! The architecture and art are lovely, especially a 12th century crucifix from the School of Lucca that hands over the altar. Glazed terra cotta Madonna attributed to Andrea della Robbia is also a must-see.
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