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San Leolino

San Leolino Review

Ancient even by Chianti standards, this hilltop church probably dates from the 10th century, but was completely rebuilt in the Romanesque style sometime in the 13th century. It has a 14th-century cloister worth seeing. The 16th-century terra-cotta tabernacles are attributed to Giovanni della Robbia, and there's also a remarkable triptych (attributed to the Master of Panzano) that was executed sometime in the mid-14th century. Open days and hours are unpredictable; check with the tourist office in Greve in Chianti for the latest.

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  • Address: Localit√† San Leolino, 3 km (2 mi) south of Panzano Panzano, 50020
  • Phone: 055/8546299
  • Location: Panzano
Updated: 12-04-2013

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