The dark and haphazard museum in the church's old refectory (entrance to the left of Santo Spirito's facade) has a gathering of Romanesque and paleo-Christian stone sculptures and reliefs. The main reason to drop by is the end wall frescoed by Andrea Orcagna and his brother Nardo di Cione in 1360 with a Last Supper (of which only 1 1/2 apostles and a halo are left) and above it a beautiful Crucifixion, one of 14th-century Florence's masterpieces.
- © Frommer's 2013
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