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Battistero di San Pietro, Asti

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  • This is an interesting building, and like all interesting buildings in Asti, you get little information. If you like romanesque, it is interesting, but not really sure it was worth the trudge.  more »
  • The church and cloisters here are worth visiting - so simple and show the way the church was in its early form. When we went the museum - archeological was closed - we were informed by the very kind c...  more »
  • The oldest building in Asti-Rotunda of the Holy Sepulchre, the baptistery of St. Peter, built in the 12 century. On the territory of the temple complex also houses the archaeological and paleontological museum, which houses artifacts found in the Asti and the surrounding area.
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  • The monumental complex of San Pietro, Corso Alfieri 2, is open with free admission, from Tuesday to Sunday in the following hours: November-March Tuesday through Sunday: 10/13-15/18 April-October from Tuesday to Sunday: office phone 0141 399489 10/13-16/19 399466-Museums 399508 – located on the corner of Corso Alfieri with Piazza I Maggio, the magnificent and interesting complex of San Pietro in Consavia sits on a former church dedicated to the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. It is believed that he says may have been the Bishop of Asti Landolfo di Vergiate, which had participated in the first crusade. The presumed epoch Foundation dates back to 1100-1113. The Church of San Pietro in Consavia, or complex of the baptistery of St Peter's is a Catholic Church of Asti, in Corso Vittorio Alfieri 6, consisting of four buildings dating from the 12TH century and 14th century located at the eastern end of the highway in Borgo San Pietro.
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  • Interestingly, for lovers of Romanesque architecture
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  • Magnificent building for its time.
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  • Monument to the story to tell but not a must visit.
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  • Worth a quick visit.
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