Casa di Piero della Francesca

Sansepolcro's most famous son, Renaissance painter Piero della Francesca, lived and worked at this modest 15th-century house in central Sansepolcro. Between lengthy visits to Italian courts, he slowly restored the house in a Renaissance style. These days, it houses informative multimedia exhibits about his life and work.

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