Church of Santa Cecilia
Via San Francesco, 70 – Pisa
The church was founded by monks Camaldolese the beginning of the twelfth century. The high stone base was replaced by brick.
The façade with a portal surmounted by a lancet window and decorated with bows, a collection of Islamic ceramic basins in part and in part worked in Pisa, the originals of which are collected in the Museo Nazionale di San Matteo. The tower rests on a monolithic granite pillar, rising, has a pyramidal spire.