Monastero di Sant'Antonio in Polesine, Ferrara
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Monastero di Sant'Antonio in Polesine is located in Ferrara. Plan your Monastero di Sant'Antonio in Polesine visit and explore what else you can see and do in Ferrara using our Ferrara travel itinerary planner.
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  • It is worth to go there!! Ring the Bell on the right of the door of the Church, the times exposed (no holidays) and the Benedictine nun will accompany you in brief visit inside, where you will find the grave of Beatrice d'Este, and the beautiful frescoes of the Church, well preserved, which will give you accurate explanations. A hidden gem only visible thanks to so much generosity!
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  • We stayed at the monastery in the afternoon and unfortunately the views inside were not possible but fortunately we witnessed the singing of the nuns ... really exciting, the Church also great.
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  • With a nice walk through the ancient streets of Ferrara, we have arrived at this monastery. It took a while to figure out, since access is not from the Church (which was closed), how could we do it!!! In the lobby, on the right, there is a small door buzzer. That's what, visiting hours, goes wacko. Inside, in the Church, three chapels (2 lateral and one central) with wonderful frescoes of 300 and 400 (the latter in the Central Chapel). The tour is led by a Benedictine nun who illustrated (as if proof were needed) the frescoes. Absolutely worth visiting.
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  • Outstanding frescoes. Unfortunately, a guided tour given by one of the nuns is mandatory - which limits the amount of time one can spend with the artworks. Also, no photos allowed as they want visitors to purchase souvenirs from their small shop at the end of the tour.
  • Very sacred church . Got lost on the way to locate it. Worth visiting.
  • Beautiful church and monastery, to see the tomb of blessed Beatrice d'Este, the body exudes a prodigious liquid that can be purchased by the nuns
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  • Beautiful church with a tranquil garden in the Center
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  • The outdoor garden provides relaxation during the city tour, to visit the inside with frescoes, to do so just ring and wait for the sister who will be your guide
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