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  • 1 Merchants' Loggia Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    c.so Sangallo I - 52048 Monte-San-Savino

    According to the locals, Sansovino was the author of this elegant edifice. Whether true or false, the lines of its Corinthian capitals never fail to impress, all the more so as they are emphasised by the use of pietra serena, a blue-grey stone from t..

  • 2 Palazzo Comunale Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    c.so Sangallo 38 I - 52048 Monte-San-Savino

    Built by Sangallo the Elder between 1515 and 1517, this building standing opposite the Loggia dei Mercanti is today the seat of the town hall. The upper piano nobile floor has windows surmounted by alternating rounded and rectangular pediments. The t..

  • 3 Piazza G F Gamurrini

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    P.za G.-F.-Gamurrini I - 52048 Monte-San-Savino

    The square, which is near to the Porta Fiorentina, is marked by an obelisk erected in 1644. The modest 17C church of Santa Chiara is next to the old keep, which was built by the Sienese in 1383. It contains two examples of terracotta ware by the loca..

  • 4 Church of Mercy

    Religious buildings

    c.so Sangallo I - 52048 Monte-San-Savino

    It is not always easy to decide whether this church is Romanesque or Baroque. Architecturally, its single nave is unmistakably Romanesque, but it was redecorated at the height of Baroque style in the 17C-18C. The tomb immediately to the left of the m..

  • 5 Church of Sant'Agostino

    Religious buildings

    P.za di Monte 7 I - 52048 Monte-San-Savino

    This 14C church (extended in the 16C-17C) is decorated by a fine Gothic doorway. The rose window was designed by Guillaume de Marcillat (1467-1539), a French master glassworker, who originally came to Italy to work in the Vatican before settling in A..

  • 6 Sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Vertighe

    Religious buildings

    v. delle Vertighe 634 I - 52048 Monte-San-Savino

    The 16C church of this sanctuary dedicated to Mary incorporates the chancel of an earlier Romanesque edifice. It has thereby ensured that a fresco of the Assumption in the apse and the Virgin altarpiece by Margaritone of Arezzo (13C) could both be ke..

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