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Abbazia San Salvatore, Abbadia San Salvatore

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#30 of 66 in Historic Sites in Province of Siena
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  • The history and architecture of this church make it one of the most outstanding examples of Romanesque construction it has been my pleasure to find in Italy. I had to just sit down and contemplate the...  more »
  • We visited Abbadia San Salvatore whilst walking the Via Francigena. The route originally passed this way before diverting via Radicofani. The church is an interesting design with a lower level, then s...  more »
  • I found beautiful around the complex and, in addition to the crypt where the beautiful capitals, I fell in love with the crucifix in the Church that is gorgeous! I was really impressed by the frescoes by Nasini, the cloister and regretted not being able to visit the Museum with the beautiful bust of St. Mark Pope. I commend the volunteers who deal with all the complex and who do everything to admire to ordinary people the beauties that the Abbey has: I will have to return to the area to finish the visit!!!
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  • I found beautiful around the complex and, in addition to the crypt where the beautiful capitals, I fell in love with the crucifix in the Church that is gorgeous! I was really impressed by the frescoes by Nasini, the cloister and regretted not being able to visit the Museum with the beautiful bust of St. Mark Pope. I commend the volunteers who deal with all the complex and who do everything to admire to ordinary people the beauties that the Abbey has: I will have to return to the area to finish the visit!!!
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  • The Lombard Duke Ratchis in Abbadia on monte Amiata, thanking Jesus Christ appeared and moved by genuine pietas founded the monastery, which became an Abbey of the Benedictine order, founded in the 7th century, the Church has a Romanesque structure, interesting is the subterranean cripota with 36 beautiful and different columns where are represented Biblical stories and mysterious Abbots from the lanying names
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  • Lovely worth. penalty. Abbey deln752 ad the Lombards as wonderful.
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  • I have no words to express the feelings just entered the Abbey. Just moved inside the crypt. Not to be missed.
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  • After the usual meal of fungi in Vivo d'Orcia we stopped at Abbadia for festivals of local chestnuts. The atmosphere was magical, and definitely contributed also the Abbey, with the beautiful nave, cloister, and the unique Lombard crypt.
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