San Pietro in Perticaia Church

The church retains its original Romanesque structure with a simple rectangular room locked from the apse.
Restored during the 1980s, the small complex also includes a rectory and the remains of a small Renaissance cloister.
The Church houses a beautiful triptych attributed to the master of Christ Church (late 14th century, coming from the nearby church of towers and a wooden crucifix of exquisite workmanship of the Florentine school (late 15th century-early 16th century).
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