Abbazia di Sant'Antonio di Ranverso, Buttigliera Alta

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  • They finally reopened! A gem unearthed recommend a visit if you are in the area. Subscription is museums or you pay a ticket (happily) of €5 and with a presentation very well made that I recommend to listen to before you enter.
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  • Moving from this village I saw this Abbey that is amazing to say the least, even more beautiful cloaked in snow. It is just a few hundred metres from the village, with ample parking, founded in 1188 by Humbert III of Savoy and donated to the monks to assist patients suffering from the heat of San Antonio. Entrance costs 5 euros and allows access to the Church and Sacristy, rich in frescoes of great workmanship. On the altar, a large painting of the painter Defendente Ferrari, and from here you can access the side into a chapel with a fresco depicting the Jaquerio climb of Christ on Calvary, just beautiful for facial expressions of the faces of the protagonists. I attach photo
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  • beautiful location a few kilometres from rivoli. basically a complex that includes the Abbey and a number of medieval buildings. pity that at 5 o'clock in the afternoon of Sunday, have already closed. not a soul, practically abandoned. even here I do the comparison with French locations where facilities less attractive are promoted, advertised, so that the tourists visit and in this way they will work and activities engage people.
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  • We were too late in the day to go to the Sacra di San Michele, but my father-in-law remembered this church. It was really beautiful and the details were pretty amazing. I was especially knocked out by the frescos. I'm not a huge fan of religious art of this era, but these were really animated and interesting. The grounds are also very pretty.
  • A real gem reached us since the middle ages, unique case around Turin, with its frescoes by Jacquerio. Thrilling the way to Calvary. Nice also a polyptych by Defendente Ferrari and generally the Church Architecture and the rural area. Unmissable
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  • The Abbey of Sant'Antonio di Ranverso is located in Buttigliera Alta, in the province of Turin, the principle of the Susa Valley. The Foundation of complex monasticorisale to early 12th century at the behest of count Humbert III of Savoy and his name combines the dedication to Saint Anthony Abbot and the name rivus inversus, referred to a canal located north of the moraine hills nearby . A recent tradition is the Nativity scene on the grounds of the Abbey involving hundreds of people, including adults and children, in the representation of biblical passages about Jesus ' birth
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  • Is a small medieval village separated from the rest of the countries ... to visit the 3 monuments including the Abbey pays well €18!! Are the 16:30 of a weekday and it's like an episode of the walking dead, but worse there are no zombies ... CMQ if you find yourself passing is good to give a look at this place.
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