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San Mercuriale Abbey, Forli

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  • Would not be deserving of particular attention if the Bell Tower not svettasse in the beautiful Piazza Saffi in Forlì, so ssurgendo to one of the symbols of the city, often portrayed, with the façade, by painters and local charts. However it is well worth a stop.
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  • You will immediately notice upon entering the Church is still built with the setting that was in the ninth century. Low-light environments, where it penetrates the story. Draws attention to the grave of Barbara Manfredi (noble family from Faenza), wife of the Ordelaffi (noble family from Forlì) died just 22 years and 6 months. Recommended read something historical and artistic about this church before coming to enjoy the beauty.
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  • It hit the floor and the Interior light. I wish I had the time to climb the Bell Tower. Maybe next time.
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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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