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San Mercuriale Abbey, Forli
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  • The Abbey of San Mercuriale and was partially rebuilt after the destruction of war but still maintains. Its charm, elegance, red brick warmth with which it is built and the many works of art, with paintings by Palmezzano and a beautiful chapel with beautiful décor, besides the tomb of Francesco di Simone Ferrucci Barbara Manfredi, of 1466, that alone is worth a trip.
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  • Dominates the main square of the city ... the Interior is a must Romanesque breathes wherever ... looks like he even older roots.
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  • Abbey characteristic and very pretty to make nice pictures, nice but not bellissinmo, I recommend the climb the tower for spectacular panoramic photos in clear days
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  • Romanesque church, charming in its simplicity. Inside there is a painting by Palmezzano. Notably the bezel in marble above the entrance portal
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  • Abbey in Lombard Romanesque style. Within a few works by local artists. Very nice the cloister. The Bell Tower is open only on specific days of the year.
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  • Symbol of the city of the Basiloca Forlí e della Romagna contains beauty and historical and cultural importance!
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