Oratorio dei Disciplini, Clusone

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  • I went back to review after so many years the macabre dance near the oratorio dei Disciplini in Clusone. always fascinating and unique in Italy. visited by French and Germans who find it although there is no sign, then seek an information panel does not exist ... as always 5 stars to the beauty of our arts ... 1star at municipalities that do not give them importance.
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  • The construction of the oratory dates back around the middle of the 1300, necessary to the order of the Discipline of having a place to convene. Internally it has a single room with beautiful frescoes and on three sides are distributed the scenes from the life of Jesus. At one time these speakers were the seats of many secular fraternities are in effect for the assistance to the needy, both practical and spiritual. Beautiful and well preserved. Very interesting also the view from which to admire 15th-century sacred treasures from the harmonium, the vestments as chalice veils ivory silk satin, embroidery, pattern in gold thread, silver, pearls and surrounded by lace in gold thread and some display cases in silver embossed and chiseled, plus much more.
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  • In addition to the danse macabre, the oratorio dei disciplini presents a beautiful Museum in which they make a fine show the Church with paintings dating back to 400 and many priceless objects. Admission is free, but I think to keep that Nice exposure an offer at the end of the visit is well deserved: in so many places and so less the ticket is 10 euros ...
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  • The building was originally built in the 14th century and was initially dedicated to the announced; later, in the 15th century, and was expanded and rededicated to Saint Bernardine of Siena. Is famous for the frescoes on the façade: a "triumph of death" and a "dance of death" carried out probably by the painter Giacomo Bamidele de Buschis in 1485. Inside you can admire, besides the beautiful Basilica Museum, a series of frescoes on the life of Mary and Jesus (always performed by Balu in 1470-1471) and a "lamentation of Christ" which is the by Andrea Fantoni. Must see!
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  • Very nice the danse macabre and the frescoes inside. Can visit the Museum free of charge. Recommended.
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  • Wonderful is the danse macabre and the frescoes of the oratory and very nice also the museum tour. Definitely a must for anyone visiting the area of Clusone!!!
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  • Beautiful frescoes. To visit ...
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  • Gorgeous frescoes ... To visit in the evening
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