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Peculiar romanic church...

The church is small but full of history and mistery. The architecture is also nice. Easy, but... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2017
CDiMonte
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Pagnacco, Italy
via mobile
Beutiful setting for archeological musuem

This site contains a small chapel that can be visited for free. There is a museum inside, which... read more

Reviewed 2 November 2016
tgrella
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Asheville
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29 Aug 2017
“Peculiar romanic church...”
1 Nov 2016
“Beutiful setting for archeological musuem”
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Reviewed 3 August 2015

It is important to imagine to be here around the year 1100 bc. This is the most relevant monastery in the surroundings, at the center of a valley encircled by mountains, next to a river. It commands silence and respect. The mysterious infinity symbol next...More

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Reviewed 17 June 2015
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Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

The church is small but full of history and mistery. The architecture is also nice. Easy, but incredible. If you go to the museum near, you can visit this beautiful place. Curiosity: search the big mistery of eight, near the window.

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Reviewed 2 November 2016

This site contains a small chapel that can be visited for free. There is a museum inside, which can be accessed for a fee, or included in the price of a ticket to the caverns. One of the three main places to see if you...More

1  Thank tgrella
Reviewed 19 July 2016

This small church is a very nice example of romanic architecture. It has been restored taking away all construction that had been added during time and now you can fully admire its original shape. Very nice both from the outside as well as in the...More

Thank Francesco M
Reviewed 7 May 2016

This is one of those places that is absolutely stunning, precisely because it is not decorated and not lavish. The stark exterior unfolds to bare interior of dazzling beauty. This is a true medieval building, refreshing because of its strict architectural lines. It is also...More

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Reviewed 3 August 2015

It is important to imagine to be here around the year 1100 bc. This is the most relevant monastery in the surroundings, at the center of a valley encircled by mountains, next to a river. It commands silence and respect. The mysterious infinity symbol next...More

1  Thank 798PaoloF
Reviewed 30 July 2015

Impressive, mostly to the outside. Great moment for a picture when you pass, not worth a trip only for this.

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