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The Church of Santa Maria is one of the most unusual churches in Italy. In the midst of the Roman Forum one encounters an ancient Temple of Minerva with its Roman columns in front. But with the coming of Christianity, the space holy space has...More
The entrance to this museum is located just off Piazza del Comune on Via Portica. It is a HIDDEN GEM. Admission price is €5 and would be worth twice that amount. As you step down into the entrance of the museum, there are numerous artifacts...More
Such a combination of styles and beliefs. The now church, sits in a large plaza at the top of the city. Wonderful view of the valley below from this point as well. The museum downstairs is an insight to the areas past. There is a...More
This museum underground holds the Roman artifacts that have been preserved in Assisi. The history of this town is incredible. As you walk the streets you can just try to imagine what was here and who walked these streets thousands of years ago.
A preserved street and many local funerary stones, under the main square in Assisi. Many fascinating relics, including the gravestones of slaves, freed slaves (including several women) and a praetorian guard. All this and dog-friendly too!
In the main piazza of Assisi you will find the Temple of Minerva which is now a Catholic Church. This is worth a visit; however, you're in for a big surprize if you enter the museum which lies beneath the main square. There you will...More
This Museum is located in Via Portica and represents the Roman life in this region; the temple of Minerva where is now the Commune, give an exemple, this museo has six columns in the entrance, looks like Panteon in Rome, and demonstrate the Roman aera...More