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Chiesa di Santa Maria Maddalena, Cremona

Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
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4.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
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  • This church can be visited only through the initiative "open for you" touring club and its volunteers. The Church has frescoes of 400 and is very pretty. Shame about the conservation status of the bounds of the ridiculous, there is a risk that you may lose all the decorations. Requires major restoration.
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  • A small church with a rich history. Built in 1200-x German "barbarians". Then restored in 1400 and 1600 's. Interestingly, there are frescoes and drawings from all periods. Very interesting altar: made of pink, white and green marble. The most ancient relic: the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, which is made from black Aspen. And this tree is not currently grows in Northern Italy. It is noteworthy that the feet of Christ stacked cross that characterizes the Byzantine style (as in orthodoxy). There is still a very interesting picture, written in the era of Michelangelo. Very interesting game of lights and shadows. Is to the left of the entrance (if the altar at the rear). The Church is open only on weekends. With 10-12 and 16-19.
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  • Very interesting Church, with traces of Gothic/Renaissance decorations. The opening is on weekends in the spring/summer thanks to the volunteers of Touring. Check opening dates.
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  • Bella!
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