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We have been to this church before but were eager to see it again. Said to be constructed in 1004 on the site of an Etruscan to temple to Jupiter, It is full of very old frescoes in good shape.Unfortunately we barge in through a...More
With stunning views of the Umbrian countryside outside its doors, the Chiesa San Giovenale is at the western-most edge of the town of Orvieto. With little commercial activity nearby, the church which is open and free to the public every morning and afternoon is a...More
Beautiful medieval church with frescos. Nobody was there except for us. There is a great view from here to the valley below. This is right adjacent to the former St. Agostino church, which is part of the duomo museum that houses some of the magnificent...More
wow, we were so humbled by this visit. The frescos are stunning and the quiet in there is humbling. We sat for 30 minutes just enjoying the simplicity of the space and yet the rich sincere beautiful frescos.
Well worth seeking out this ancient church from the 12-13th century. Not only are the fresco remnants gorgeous but the priest is very friendly and eager to sell you information brochures about the church (for a piccolo donation) and it has a gorgeous (GORGEOUS) view...More
We came across this church during a stroll around Orvieto in August. The church dates from the 1100s and you sense the true modest religiosity of the building from the moment you enter. The frescoes are a marvel.