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A masterful work

The old convent belonging to the Benedictine nuns of Sant’ Apollonia, from the 15th century, is... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2018
Rijeka, Croatia
A Favorite Last Supper

It is really interesting to visit the Last Suppers in Florence and Andrea del Castagno's well... read more

Reviewed 31 May 2018
Saint Paul, Minnesota
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One of Cenacoli's masterpieces resides in this convent, appreciated by all who live there.
Via XXVII Aprile, 1, 50129, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed 4 December 2011

This convent is located near the Piazza of San Marco, a couple of blocks away. It is located just outside of the touristic zone and at time of our visit, we were the only people inside. Here is a large hall on which at one...More

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Reviewed 9 October 2018

The old convent belonging to the Benedictine nuns of Sant’ Apollonia, from the 15th century, is also a home of one of the most famous versions of the “Last Supper”. This is the masterpiece made by Andrea del Castagno around year 1450. It is one...More

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Reviewed 10 July 2018 via mobile

Beyond Piazza San Marco a door in a side street lets you into the ex refectory of an order of nuns, now part of the university. The only reason to pop in here for a short while is to look at the large painting of...More

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Reviewed 31 May 2018

It is really interesting to visit the Last Suppers in Florence and Andrea del Castagno's well preserved fresco in the former refectory of Sant' Apollonia is a favorite. It is even more amazing that this gem was only known to the nuns up until the...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2018 via mobile

Just beware - this is very difficult to see owing to the chaotic nature of the establishment; on the website and on the door it states clearly that it is open from 8.15 every day except various holidays which did not apply on the day...More

Thank Elizabeth N
Reviewed 27 October 2017

It's not a place for the casual tourist, just for real art lovers. It has lesser known masterpieces of Florentine Renaissance, made by Andrea del Castagno. It is quiet, calm, not crowded, it's free to visit. Of course, the range of the exhibition is small,...More

Thank Iustin S
Reviewed 1 October 2017

This is effectively just a single (large) room but is very peaceful. Though it's listed on the Firenze card it is in fact free but get there before 1300 to be sure of entry. Dominated by the Last Supper but other interesting works there, nut...More

Thank Martin H
Reviewed 19 June 2017

There are many beautiful last suppers in Florence--2 Ghirlandaios, Perugino's, Andrea del Sarto's, but this one is beautifully restored and those psychedelic tiles! Don't miss it!

Thank Barbara H
Reviewed 17 November 2016

Entrance to see the fresco was on Ventiselle Apile between Guelfa and Gallo. Andrea Bartolo was known as Andrea Del Castagno and lived between 1419 and 1457. Believed to have painted this Last Supper fresco in 1450. Halos all the same, Judas across the table...More

2  Thank Ronald L
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Located at 43°46'43.5"N 11°15'23.8"E on Via Ventisette Aprile at the corner of Santa Reparata, the Museo di Cenacolo di Sant'Apollonia is 350 meters from the Galleria dell'Accademia, but receives few visitors. The Last Supper, a fresco painted 1445–1450 by Andrea del Castagno is stunning. This...More

1  Thank antonvanold
Reviewed 20 May 2016

The Cenacolo di Sant'Apollonia church is a nice building with a lot of lovely works of art in it. Lots of Last Supper frescoes and other masterpieces. Nice1

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