The Museum of Ceramic Art lies in the former convent of the church of San Tommaso. The museum, opened on 1 June 2007, preserves a collection of local ceramic works realized between the XIV and the XX centuries. One section of the Museum is dedicated to a selection of Italian ceramics from the main production areas, such as Castelli, Deruta, Faenza and Montelupo Fiorentino.
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Museum of Ceramic Art