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Church of San Niccolò

Consecrated in 1551, refurbished in the early 1600s and enlarged in the 1800s, this church features a wide single nave united with a transept and three apsidal chapels. It houses some interesting paintings by Florentine artists who were key figures in the pictorial reforms of the late 1500s: a "Circumcision" attributed to Santi di Tito or his followers, a "Madonna of the Rosary" and a "Holy Family" by Agostino Ciampelli, and a solemn "Hospitality of Saint Julian" signed by Orazio Fidani and dated 1645, originally painted for the altar of the Compagnia di San Giuliano (Confraternity of Saint Julian), a building which no longer exists today.