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Chiesa di Santo Stefano, Belluno

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  • This beautiful gothic church, built between 1468 and 1480 in the village outside of Dojona, stands out in the distance to its a diagonal position and for the Bell Tower made it unmistakable by the watch with stone dial. In addition to being arguably the most harmonious and consistent of the city the Church of Santo Stefano contains many works of great artistic value. Already the outside remains admired by the 15th-century Gothic portal on the right side and from the suppressed Church of the beaten. The Gothic Interior, with three naves with cross vaults, surprisingly so for the elegant architecture, as for the many art masterpieces that contain: frescoes by Jacopo da Montagnana (1487) polychrome wooden group of Matteo Cesa (1480-90), from paintings by Cesare Vecellio and Gaspare Diziani to candelabra of Andrea Brustolon, just to name a few. Absolutely worth visiting.
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  • Visit the city of Belluno without entering the Church of Santo Stefano means not having seen the city. To enhance tourist signs.
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  • This is the most beautiful church in my town. Three small Gothic naves, with black and white columns as you know dei serviti that ran first, became the stable of Napoleonic guards, the dictator who enlisted Santa Maria dei Battuti (now archivio di stato), whose beautiful portal is now the side entrance of the Church. There is enclosed a Christ on the cross of the fifteenth century, miraculously escaped the depredations of French soldiers, along with magnificent wooden Angels by Brustolon, the sides of the other major. And then there is the statue of our Lady of Sorrows, which is carried in procession on the fourth Sunday of lent to dissolve an old vote. Each time I am moved.
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