This small but interesting museum is housed in the ancient refectory of the Augustinian Church of Santo Spirito. Decorated with frescoes by Andrea Orcagna depicting the Last Supper and the Crucifixion, the museum takes its name after Salvatore Romano, a collector and antique dealer who donated his sculptures to Florence's City Council. Featuring works of Tino da Camaino, Donatello, Jacopo della Quercia and others, the collection includes antique furnishings, detached frescoes, architectural reliefs and sculptures dating from Romanesque to Renaissance ages.
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