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The church of S. Maria Maggiore was founded in the 11th-12th centurt ans has a façade dating back to 1644.
The church has a Latin cross and has a nave with a cross covering. In the second half of the seventeenth was accompanied by seven...More
Near Termini station, this amazing church houses the best mosaics in Rome, especially those in the arch of the apse.The history of Jesus I beautifully depicted with evidence of the Late Roman image language. If you like this style, do visit San Clemente, Santa Maria...More
This is a beautiful church and worth the time to explore. We didn't really research Spello, our tour driver suggested it. The town was preparing for a flower festival and everything was just beautiful, but the highlight for us was exploring this historic and fascinating...More
We have to keep reminding ourselves of the beauty and amazing artworks we are seeing as we enter each church. This is a lovely church worth visiting if you are in Spello, one can easily start taking this beauty for granted as there are just...More
As I hadn't researched Spello in advance, I was taken by surprise when I entered this rather plain-looking church and discovered such an ornate and beautiful interior.
Clearly the pride and joy is the small chapel containing the Pinturicchio frescoes and they are certainly worth...More
You spent the day in Assisi, and what to do tomorrow? 9 minutes' train ride from Assisi, you arrive at Spello and begin the climb upward toward Santa Maria Maggiore and the Baglioni Chapel. This spotless, charming hilltop town gives you views of Assisi in...More