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Chiesa di Santa Teresa, Caprarola

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TripAdvisor
  • Must see for anyone visiting Caprarola over the palazzo Farnese. Beautiful facility, from its square you can admire the town, great location for your photographs.
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  • beautiful to see outside but insignificant outside, aside from a glass case with crochet-made Nativity scenes
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  • Maybe it's good that there is a bridge to connect these two monuments placed-facing each other on opposite hillsides. Of course, the visit of the modern tourist would have earned in accessibility and weather but on reflection it would better-very-lost in beauty and poetry. The "great beauty" of the collection comes from the contrast between two buildings as diverse as function pointers, and architecture; from space plane-impalpable ...-separating them; from silent dialogue that seems intertwined for centuries between them, beyond the steep ravine. On the one hand, the Farnese Palace that stands as vigorous affirmation architecture-in full sun-power "Storm" of a family proud and prolific of Cardinals and popes: almost a novel "Olympus" triumphant in the perfect geometry of its forms. On the other hand, the convent Church of Santa Teresa, which seems almost to retreat in the woods that surround from at: discrete-symbol but with a strong issue-"otherworldly" powers that already from the shadow of its arches serlianas seems to offer-to everyone, even the Farnese ...-a moment of reflection and promise an inner peace to refreshment of the battles of life. Maybe why-in while I admired them both-I is echoed in my mind: voice of the pint-sized "Pupella Maggio who recited the verses of the equally great Eduardo de Filippo ..." I u truva peace ... ".
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  • Beautiful, well worth the visit
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