Chiesa di San Silvestro

Chiesa di San Silvestro, Bevagna

Chiesa di San Silvestro
4.5

4.5
122 reviews
Excellent
73
Very good
42
Average
6
Poor
0
Terrible
1

ERIC W
Knoxville, TN4,208 contributions
Old and Incredible
Oct 2018 • Couples
Obviously a very old church with absolutely incredible architecture. It’s free admission and the doors were open. There’s also another section that appears to be older that is located down some stairs to the left of the altar. Very worth checking out if you’re in Bevanga for the day
Written 21 October 2018
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ak2910
West Lulworth, UK53 contributions
beautiful old church worth seeing
Jun 2017 • Couples
was being set up for a wedding when we arrived being filled filled with white flowers and candles, it was stunning and could have been 1600 and not 2017.
Written 11 July 2017
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kennethfb
83 contributions
Original and unadulterated
Aug 2015 • Family
Visit this church to see the "unreconstructed" architecture. Sit in the cool (during summer) and ponder the barrel arches, the unadulterated fresco (but mostly clean, clear walls) and the undercroft beneath the altar. Imagine worship here 500 years ago. Or imagine it today. A peaceful place to sit and restore.
Written 28 August 2015
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Mrs-Devere W
London, UK47 contributions
Vatican II strikes again
Aug 2015 • Couples
This beautiful, noble, ancient church, stripped of all its ornament and furniture looks very sad indeed. Beautiful proportions, but now so ugly in its starkness. It looks abandoned and unloved.
Written 20 August 2015
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Karrst
Pretoria, South Africa3,311 contributions
Medieval Church
Sep 2014 • Couples
This church, was built by a pair of architects – Brunello and Ridolfo. We were on a walk to Montefalco so did not have time to go inside. The decorations on the portal and façade are worth studying. The elements are symbols which would have been important to a medieval audience. The frieze of the door shows a small mountain intended to symbolize Christ, while the four streams symbolize the four Evangelists and the growing vine represents the Church.
Written 29 October 2014
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