Peruse the Diocesan Museum
This museum of religious art is small but perfectly formed, with nine rooms displaying masterpieces from the second century BCE to the modern day. The museum’s collection was brought together after World War II, creating a significant and unique body of work. Highlights include one of the most famous works of the early Renaissance, Fra Angelico’s fresco of The Annunciation. The artist’s careful use of light and spatial depth signifies the transition from Medieval art to the Renaissance. Don’t miss it.