The refectory of the former convent of the Tertiary Franciscans of Foligno is decorated with a 15th-century fresco of the Last Supper with the Agony in the Garden in the background; rediscovered in 1845 and originally thought to be the work of Raphael, it is now attributed to Pietro Perugino. The refectory also houses 16th-century paintings by artists from Florence and other areas who were influenced by Perugino.
Cenacolo di Fuligno
Via Faenza, 40, 50123 Firenze FI, Italia
You need to be accompanied: the sidewalk does not join the street level, there are two steps to access the Refectory Hall and another step inside.
Toilets are equipped for people in wheelchairs.