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Originally dating from early 14th century but current façade dating from late 19th century.
Façade certainly adds to the backdrop of Piazza della Liberta. Interior is predictable but interesting stucco work & art depicting Moses
Rebuilt after an 18th Century earthquake, this attractive church facing Piazza della Libertà and adjoining the Palazzo Municipale, has a rebuilt late -19th Century neoclassical façade with niches containing statues of St Francis of Assisi and St Antony of Padua. The bronze door is from...More
Lovely Chelsea di San Francesco . Interesting murals on the walls.With lots of art and sculptures. We had really good time there . I should say enjoyable afternoon. Would recommend visiting this one ☝️ while in Ostuni
We couldn't enter inside the church because of a wedding celebration. Probably this was one of the reason we really appreciated the church and the Square in front of it. It was a hot sunny day and everything was shining. Beautiful
Lovely old church dedicated to St Francis of Assisi and situated on a busy square in Ostuni.
An impressive façade it is simple on the inside but due to its location has many visitors.
Well worth popping in to look.
This church is on the Piazza della Liberta and I wanted to visit as this church is named after Saint Francesco who was known for helping animals. This beautiful church is dark but beautiful inside and has frescoes, baroque arches and a beautiful dome. Sometimes...More
Chiesa di San Francesco is a beautiful Catholic church right on the main town square in Ostuni. It is well worth a few moments to visit if you are in Ostuni. The interior is much more impressive than the exterior, which tends to blend with...More
Small unpretentious church, from the outside, but beautiful inside.
Worth a visit, but Italy has so many awesome cathedrals and basilicas, just in Apulia alone, that it’s easy to overlook these smaller ones.
The man on the door was a wee bit forward regarding us...More