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I have visited the Abbey a few times, but each time I 'discover' something new, regardless of the ongoing restauration work. The setting around the Abbey is picturesque as it is situated in the quaint little town of Sesto al Reghena. The town itself has...More
This would be a resounding 'excellent ' rating, if only you could see all of the wonderful cycle of frescoes painted between the 12th and 15th centuries. Unfortunately, much of these are behind scaffolding and protective coverings while restoration work is done. What you can...More
This Abbey originally built in the 8th century is in a little world all its own. You walk through an arched entrance into a piazza with the Abbey buildings surrounding. The church can be accessed by a long hallway with facing frescoes of hell and...More
This is one of those small places where Time stops and you can be 70 in 18th century. The Abbey is well preserved and we could not visit inside since it was Monday, but I saw pictures and it looks populace. Italy has many little...More
If by any chance you have the chance to go to a concert in this corner of the Universe, do not hesitate, it would be without any doubt a fantastic experience, intimate as any (maybe 300 people at most).
The place itself is very nice...More
This part of Italy is so little known yet contains so much rich history from across all the centuries. The old Benedictine Abbey at Sesto al Reghena is well worth a visit. It has a lovely calm atmosphere, beside a beautiful river which flows through...More