Badia della Santissima Trinita', Cava De' Tirreni

(4.8/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Impressive and imposing worth a visit in the company of a guide who will take you to discover corners suggetivi
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  • Stupenda Abbey a jewel set between the surrounding mountains with a cloister to see and review
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  • Went there during our time at Cafe De Tirreni. What a wonderfull and majestic place. Even got a little tour of the entire building, however the monk was speaking very little English so it was more a g...  more »
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  • A magnificient abbey, with richly decorated interiors and a X century cloister, nested between steep, green hills and not far from the Amalfi coast.
  • Amazing interior excellent marble work well worth the visit
  • The Abbey of Cava de ' Tirreni. From here the story of southern Italy starting from 1000 (had possessions and rights on the Gargano). Today it houses an immense archive of medieval documents, perhaps the most important in Italy (thousands of scrolls). The Church was practically rebuilt in medieval 700 therefore have very little apart from the pulpit, an absolute masterpiece that mo was left speechless
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  • It's a long story to this site, long and very charming. The Abbey is found East of Cetrara, the Lattari Mountains and wonderful rivers give the charm of a natural environment, in this environment and under the dolomite rock arose a monastery built by a noble Lombard family later Pedro y Salernitano Dukes took a Abbey which was blessed by urban II (the Pope of the Crusades) and erected by Father Peter of Pappacarbone. The Abbey with a 18th century Church covers three other hypogean environments that gather ipreziose columns of Arab and Roman sarcophagi, all in an underground with sky on the roof, only to be seen,
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  • lovely place for a monastery. you really feel peace
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