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This church dates from the 12th century and at one point was an important meeting place for the Council of the Republic of Siena.
The Church was badly damaged in the 1798 earthquake and the current facade dates from 1800. The interior is fairly modest...More
Located across from Tolomei Palace, one of the oldest buildings in the city, this small church has its charms. We visited as part of our tour in Siena and the guide told us about this church's significance in Siena's history which was fascinating. What detracted...More
Siena has a fair few churches and they're all beautiful in their own way.
This one isn't as ornate from outside as some of the other churches but still beautiful and worth a visit. We didn't go inside but if you have time it maybe...More
This Roman Catholic church dates back to the 11th - 12th century, making it one of the oldest in Siena. It sustained damage during an earthquake in 1798. Renovations were done in the 1920's. It is a small church but worth stopping in for a...More