10 wonderful frescoes to admire in Central Italy

Jun 12, 2015 1924

by Claudia Baroncelli

With the wonderful Jacopo Juvarra hall in the seventeenth century Palazzina di Caccia Stupinigi (Turin) coming back to new life after restoration and the famous Andrea Mantegna's Bridal Chamber in Castello di San Giorgio (Mantua) reopening to public, Italy is once again one of the best places to admire timeless and extraordinary frescoes by the most illustrious artists of all the times.

While no one can deny the splendor of Giotto's works in the Basilica of St Francis of Assisi or the extraordinary frescoes at the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo, know that there are some equally wonderful works you can find in private abodes in many cities such as Florence, Rome and Perugia.

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