The San Pier Scheraggio Church in Florence
Was an important Church of the medieval Priory of Florence one of the sestieri citizens, which was largely destroyed in 1560 when the Uffizi Gallery were built by Giorgio Vasari. San Pier Scheraggio was reduced in 1298, to make way for the construction of the Palazzo dei Priori, the suggestive Palazzo della Signoria and the nave was frescoed by Cimabue to be demolished. Today of the old church remains substantially only the nave, restored in 1971. It's called San Pier Scheraggio classroom and is closed to the public, except in special openings of exhibitions or events. The history of this Church remains so even today in toponymy, although town of 11th-century building remains so little that its silent existence, to be honest, not many realize.
Address: via della Ninna, Florence
Business hours: 08:00 - 13:00, 15:30 - 19:00
Tel: 055 2388721
Maximum 30 pax
The itinerary can be made every morning from Tuesday to Saturday
Tour duration: 3 hours