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Complesso Basiliche Paleocristiane, Cimitile
(4.4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • A set of fundamental importance for archaeology, art history, history of religions. A site on early Christian, medieval and modern testimonies were stratified. Far from the tourist circuits, deserves more attention nationally and internationally. Only 4 euro ticket price, really ridiculous. Only downside: those arriving by car, finding nearby parking is not easy.
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  • Good evening pilgrims! Revenue, sit, do not remain on the door ... or was it the courtyard or an aisle???!! Here they changed everything and so many times that I don't follow you at all anymore! Welcome!! Welcome to cimitile!! Allow me to introduce myself: my name is happy and I'm the patron and the object of veneration of this complex! Where you say??!! Good question! Know that I, when I am dead, I had a simple little grave, just a slab of marble to report my presence. However around me and always has been built over the centuries. and more and more big! My fame grew and so grew the pilgrims and the size of the churches and Basilicas. The last, the one desired very strongly, by my successor, was beautiful and majestic, all marble and mosaics and frescoes! You're pretty much ruined economically to achieve it! I know, I know what you're about to obiettarmi ... where is everything?!?! " Unfortunately, nothing lasts forever, not even the monuments to the glory of God, the Saints. and the Bishops! Remains the memory, this memory si...la of hope and faith of so many here that they came, they got answers to their questions or have left something. I always tell the martyrs who inhabit the Basilica next that their time is entirely frescoed by blue! The blue?!?! The most precious color!!! Means lapuslazzuli chopped up! If I wasn't a Saint would be envious! But I am not surprised that much: the Templars there have done beautiful work and have rightly left their symbols and their ideas clearly visible on the walls. If you happen to notice the beautiful image of Mary Magdalene with the Crown, which is rare in the Christian world and standard iconography. Tell me that a certain Dan Brown, an American, has invented a story about e....ma I digress! The ages. . mamma mia how many centuries have passed, how much life it is layered here and how much history you are incrostrata to these walls! And to think it all started with a small space for burials to mausoleum of rich patricians then converted! I really don't know where to make you start watching: there are frescoes and mosaics everywhere. Maybe not perfectly preserved, but there are and make you realize how can faith and force of ideas of men! I??!! I am a martyr without martyrdom who tries to comfort you and help you, happy to be in my country, in the midst of my people. ..
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  • Much ado about nothing. Go to visit places full of history and you always have the same feeling: neglect, lack of care and especially dirty places. The sad thing is that the complex is not huge so it would be enough just to keep it as a gem. Well, I think that he doesn't deserve to have all this treasure
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  • The way I see it the place is valued because it seems that it is followed quite a ten to the person who made us by Cicero------we drop a veil on the education of those who live around the site that invite you to put the car in no parking hyping the fact that firefighters do their work
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  • Archaeological site very interesting and well maintained. To visit!
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  • It is the place where was held the first monastery in Christendom. Absolutely worth visiting.
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  • A nice site, held up well and with interesting exhibits.
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  • Great system, unfortunately very unkempt. Unfortunately, the plant is apparently barely maintained and is slow but sure decay left. It is historically extremely valuable, but one not exploits for themselves. As there is only a piece of paper. The artifacts are hardly signposted, total nevertheless recommended. You should read much about the complex before there is unfortunately little information on-site.
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