The Fondazione Salvatore Romano is located in Florence in the central Piazza Santo Spirito. The Foundation is housed in the Upper Room of the convent next to the church of Santo Spirito. The architecture is Gothic of 1400 and retains the impressive fresco by Andrea Orcagna decorating any wall and depicts the Last Supper and the Crucifixion. The Museum houses works from the private collection of Salvatore Romano, which gives its name to the Foundation. The collection includes sculptures, frescoes, fragments of architectural decoration, furniture and Roman finds. Of great importance are the "Caryatid and the Angel" by Tino Camaino and two figures of saints that were attributed to Donatello. Thanks to the legacy of Salvatore Romano was possible to realize the museum and make available its works of art and pieces of history. Inside the Cenacle it is also present his grave, in the same place where its collections are exposed.