The Church of Santa Cecilia was founded by Camaldolese monks in the early 12th century. The original high stone footing was replaced with brickwork. The façade features a portal surmounted by a double lancet window and by decorations in the form of arches.
It is embellished by ceramic basins of Islamic and Pisan origin whose originals are preserved in the National Museum of San Matteo. The campanile rests on a monolithic granite stele ending in a pyramidal cusp.
Where: Via San Francesco, 70 - Pisa