The chapel is also a place that can be visited. This chapel has a history of hundreds of years. It is also a very special place here. The whole chapel is also a relatively atmospheric area, and there are some very unique places.
When I came to Naples, the biggest surprise was to visit the San Severo Chapel. The statue of Jesus wrapped in yarn has long been heard. This time I walked around and watched it carefully. The beauty almost made me hold my breath. The art director of the chapel, Dr. Masucci, took me around and talked about each statue and artwork. The secret recipe for immortality downstairs is a bit scary, but it can be regarded as an early human anatomy experiment. #享乐欧## ITALY旅行## God will play! Italy you have never played before#
I went to this chapel just for the fresco of Raphael's "Trinity". It was still closed at noon and waited a while before the door opened. It can be said that there is nothing other than Raphael's murals. The three-euro ticket is not worth it to be honest, but if you buy a museum pass in Perugia, it is still very cost-effective and worth visiting.
The San Severo Chapel can be said to have nothing but Raphael’s frescoes. A three-euro ticket is not really worth it, but if you buy a Perugia museum pass, it’s still a good deal.
The San Severo Chapel is decorated with Raphael's "Trinity Saints", which many people think is his first fresco.