San Rufino - the crypt

The crypt now forms part of the excellent Museo Diocesano, which can be entered from the church or from the Piazza. The collection has a good deal of interesting religious art.

Roman sarcophagus said to be the one on which the body of Saint Rufino was originally placed

The 'Roman Corridor'.

Puccio Capanna: scenes from the Passion, c 1340

Matteo da Gualdo: Madonna and child with St Anthony Abbot and St Francis. c1470

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