The Musei San Domenico complex in Forlì consists of five historical buildings: Palazzo Pasquali, the Church of St James the Apostle, the 13th-century Dominican Convent, the Augustinian Convent and the Sala Santa Caterina. The home of the Pinacoteca Civica museum in Forlì, throughout the year, in addition to permanent exhibitions, it hosts numerous temporary art and photography exhibitions.
The refectory of the Dominican Convent features 16th-century frescoes attributed to Girolamo Ugolini. On the walls, divided on three sides, you can see on the left the apparition to Saint Dominic of Saints Peter and Paul, in the centre the Crucifixion, and on the right Saint Dominic resurrecting Napoleon Orsini, who fell from his horse. To the south-west, you can admire a depiction of the Supper of Saint Dominic, with the Miracolo dei Pani (Miracle of bread). This fresco suffered extensive damage caused by the military during Napoleonic rule.