Museo Diocesano e Battistero paleocristiano, Albenga

(4.7/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
Museo Diocesano e Battistero paleocristiano is located in Albenga. Our Albenga vacation trip planner makes visiting Museo Diocesano e Battistero paleocristiano and other Albenga attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • The city, located in the wider plain of Liguria, already enjoys a Mediterranean-continental climate, very much in favour, even in winter. But it is the historic centre of Albenga to make it particularly fascinating. Its numerous towers, the ruins, medieval Romanesque, both give it a unique atmosphere, even to those who, by living, is accustomed to seeing them. In the midst of these real wonders, the Diocesan Museum and the Baptistery. Both a must for the immense historical value and dazzling, enjoy a conservative state just amazing, almost the time had stopped as if by magic. And next to the baptistery, Board the glimpse on the beautiful Piazzetta dei leoni, allowing you to immerse yourself in an atmosphere that is able to lead us back time.
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  • Resort close to Alassio. Ideal for a weekend and also visit the surroundings. Historic centre with plenty of shops and restaurants.
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  • Congratulations to guide us well described both the Emir early Christian baptistery, where he celebrated the baptisms of the ingauni, the Diocesan Museum. A step into the past really impressive! Fortunately the baptistery is closed and inaccessible if not paying the ticket, otherwise some "artist" would have already taken steps to ruin it permanently. Also of interest is the Diocesan Museum, with its well preserved paintings and tapestries.
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  • Gorgeous!
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