The Church of San Domenico was built between the 13th and the 14th century and was terminated in 1325 with the construction of its side portal and sepulchral arches, perhaps designed by Giovanni Pisano.
In the one-nave interior, in the 17th century style, you can notice a Crucifix by Niccolo' Gerini, several paintings and Baroque engravings. The adjoining monastery with its Renaissance style cloister houses the Museo di Pittura Murale, which exhibits a number of detached frescoes and graffiti coming from some ancient buildings of the town and its neighbourhood, such as works of art attributed to Paolo Uccello, by Niccolo' Gerini, Agnolo Gaddi and Volterrano.
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