Via Santucci 17

Palazzo Cinaglia was founded as a Benedictine monastery, was subsequently converted to the Franciscan order and ended up in the 19th century as a male orphanage. After WWII it became the administrative centre for the Valdichiana area of the national health service and to commemorate the building’s religious origins there is a wall painting depicting Saint Nicola in the entrance hall with an enscription dedicated to Saint Elisabetta.