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Available free in 6 different languages, Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian, both for the Cathedral and the Museum.
The Bookshop in Pecori Square is strongly related to local history. Scientific books, exhibition catalogs, guides, support for education, and merchandising related to collections are linked to the local context.
Guided tours are available in 6 different languages, Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian, only on reservation.
The museum is completely accessible to visitors with limited motor skills.
The Cathedral of San Gimignano is one of the most significant monuments of the city, with its frescoes and masterpieces of the Sienese school of the fourteenth century that tell the stories of the Old and New Testaments.
While the Museum of Sacred Art, housed in the dormitory of the chaplains, preserves masterpieces from the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Assunta (Duomo) and the other churches in the area.
The Collegiate Church, also commonly known as the Cathedral, was completed in 1148 and is considered one of the finest examples of Tuscan Romanesque.
The development of the church reflects and follows the growth and the european evolution of the city from the Middle Ages to nowadays.
The interior of the cathedral is completely painted.
On the right wall there is a fresco cycle of the New Testament, work of Lippo and Federico Memmi, a masterpiece of great evocative and iconography power, surely inspired by the canons of Simone Martini. The left wall narrates Stories from the Old Testament, made in 1367 by Bartolo di Fredi.
You can still see the typical medieval polychrome decorations, such as the blue painted vault and the typical Tuscan band pattern typical of the arches separating the aisles.
In the Cathedral you can also visit the Renaissance chapel of Santa Fina, dedicated to the homonymous saint, to whom the city is very devoted, where three great Florentine artists worked together: the architect Giuliano da Majano, the sculptor Benedetto da Majano and the painter Domenico Ghirlandaio. Legend has it that, affected by a serious illness, she wanted to end her days lying on a wooden board which flourished yellow violets on her death. Every year in March, the violets of Santa Fina flourish in the midst of the hard rocks of the medieval city.
The Museum of Sacred Art set up in Piazza Pecori, collects paintings on wood and canvas, sculptures, bas-reliefs, illuminated manuscripts, textiles and silverware that come from churches and convents of the territory, and in particular from the Duomo. One of the most popular works is the Madonna of the Rose, a painting by Bartolo di Fredi, from the parish church of San Biagio in Cusona.