The San Marco Museum is also a very representative area. There are many things to appreciate in this place. The area of the museum is also quite large. You can refer to some unique sculptures.
This museum was originally a monastery. The main exhibit here is: murals! The second floor is the place where the monks lived and practiced. They are all small rooms. What is exciting is that there are murals by Angelico in every room here.
There is a show on Youku called "Viewing Ideal", in which Chen Danqing hosted "Part", telling many stories about painting art in Chinese and foreign history. He mentioned the great works of Italy more than once, and one issue mentioned that if you only stay in Florence for one day, you don't even need to go to the Uffizi Gallery but you must go to the Convent of San Marco.
Fantstic frescos and renaissance library. !0 minutes walk from homeNB all the DRIVING distances indicated in this guide are much bigger than WALKING distance which has no compulsory itinerary
The San Marco Museum, this is an excellent attraction, not crowded but contains amazing art treasures. There is indeed a church here, but there is also a lovely monastery, a bit like a center court for emptying and meditation. Downstairs in the central square is the art gallery. Some works by Fra Angelico and contemporaries. The cubicles of the monastery are on the second floor, and each cubicle has a unique fresco for the monks to think about. Each one is different and is well preserved. If you are lucky enough to come over in sunny weather, they will exude charming colors. This peculiar place requires a 4 euro ticket.
The San Marco Museum is also translated as the San Mar Valley Basilica. It is very simple but very distinctive. It is surrounded by the San Antonio cloister, the grass is not trimmed, and there are many large and small frescoes. The cross in the church was later known to be the most Old work, made in the 14th century.