Abbazia di Sant'Antonio di Ranverso, Buttigliera Alta
(4.1/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • Abbazia di Sant'Antonio di Ranverso is located in the province of Turin. The building of the Abbey of beginning to build back in the 12 century. Given the age of the Abbey, it is clear that the building was reconstructed so many times. And now here we are working on the restoration of the complex. Outside very nicely inside see failed.
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  • Unfortunately show the Interior of the Abbazia di Sant'Antonio di Ranverso we failed, because here the restoration works are underway. But this has not prevented us to view it from the outside. Pink building Abbazia di Sant'Antonio di Ranverso and true worthy of attention, small pointed spires and three arched entry is something. Between the Church and the monastery is a small garden.
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  • I got married back in 1979. recently it's been closed for renovations but has kept all its special atmosphere
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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.
  • This Abbey a worthwhile visit. The place is very nice and, with the fall colors, is also very impressive. Unfortunately, when you get there, you find that the Abbey is closed from January 2015 and appears in a State of complete abandonment without indications of future work. A real shame.
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  • Magnificent 12th century Abbey with unique paintings by Giacomo Jaquerio
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  • Magnificent.
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  • Très interessant èglise abbatiale romanique sur la voie francigène