The remarkably humane painted terracotta figures of the Virgin and Child in the foreground are believed to be by Zaccaria da Volterra (1473-1544), a local sculptor. Hr Museo d’Arte Sacra Via Roma 13. Q (0588) 862 90. Open daily. Adm charge. This museum, housed in the Palazzo Arcivescovile, contains a variety of sculpture and architectural fragments removed from the Duomo and a number of local churches. The most important exhibit is a 15th-century della Robbia terracotta of St Linus, Volterra’s patron saint. The collection also has a range of church bells, from the 11th to 15th centuries, some church silver and several illuminated manuscripts. fi Teatro Romano Viale Ferrucci.
FLORENCE VASTERAS MAP Photo Gallery
Maybe You Like Them Too
- A PLANNER’S TOP LOCATION TIPS
- Beverly Hills Hotel, LOS ANGELES
- Palace Of Versailles Kingdom Of The Sun King
- Brisbane Map and Travel Guide
- Rio de Janeiro Help Disco