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Santuario Madonna del Buon Consiglio, Genazzano

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  • We went to Genazzano just to see the fresco at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Good Counsel. I love it. We were able to participate in Mass. It was worth it driving all the way there. The town is lovely.  more »
  • The Cathedral is very beautiful, rich in its interior, with a bas-relief of the Virgin. Beautiful legend attributed: the work would have been carried by angels in flight from Albania, when it fell to the Muslims. Visited several times by Popes over the centuries (last John Paul second).
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  • That Church! The story of the picture is magnificent and the gold ornaments are beautiful. An inscription of Pope Benedict XVI recalls the holiness of the place. Worth knowing also the village around with age-old houses built in stone.
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  • The original church of St. Mary dates from the late 10th century. In the fourteenth century was the rebuilding of the orientation of the altar northward. The complex is maintained by the Augustinians. In a chapel, currently closed by a gate, inside a newsstand and under a canopy, the sacred icon of our Lady of good counsel, a painting on plaster depicting the Virgin and child, picture, author of numerous miracles. Interesting the Bernini school balautra of the presbytery and the Madonna and child in bas-relief (15th century) just behind the Baptistery.
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