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The Gamogna hermitageIn Marradi the Archpriestly Church of St. Lorenzo was reconstructed in the 18th century in neoclassic style and holds paintings by the Master of Marradi (Ghirlandaio's pupil) who worked in Badia del Borgo at the end of the 15th century. Tel. +39 055 8045024. Free guided visits organised by Prof.ssa Livietta Galeotti Pedulli only on reservation: +39 339 4988933

 

Badia del Borgo was an important monastic community founded in the 11th century. Its solid square bell tower maintains a typically Romanesque aspect.

 

A brief excursion leads us to the solitary Gamogna Hermitage, founded by St Pier Damiani in 1053 and now an hostel and a spiritual centre run by the Jerusalem Nuns. Tel: +39 055 804866

 

Finally there is S. Maria Nascente Church at Crespino sul Lamone, documented in 1097; the church displays a 14th century Madonna attributed to Jacopo del Casentino, an artist influenced by Giotto. Info: 055 804709

 

 

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