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Until he was 14 years old, the artist Raphael lived in this 15C house which belonged to his father, Giovanni Sanzio or Santi, a renowned painter, whose studio was situated on the ground floor. Various objects and furniture of the period create the atmosphere of a Renaissance house. In the living room on the first floor, note the Annunciation by Giovanni Santi and, on one of the walls in the bedroom where Raphael was born, a fresco of the Madonna and Child, attributed to the young Raphael.
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