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San Mercuriale Abbey, Forli

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  • Just wish the new Abbot, like its direct predecessor, revealing poor artistic taste (and spiritual) with have removed a splendid Crucifix placed by Don Bruno Babu (historian Abbé) to hang in the sanctuary near the altar, very impressive and that admirably was inserted in the context of a magnificent Abbey,. jewel for the city of Forlì.!
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  • Beautiful Abbey in the city centre overlooking the main square inside the austere beautiful relics of San Mercuriale interesting must see
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  • The Abbey is located in the heart of the city and its bell tower soars to over 70 meters, built in 1178 steeped in history it preserves many specimens from the steps of characters from different eras. Next to the cloister very nice and open to the public, making it even more beautiful. To visit absolutely!
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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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