Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista, Gradara

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  • The parish church of St Bridget Baptist is located right inside the castle of Gradara, and is a autentuco gem. Founded in ancient times, probably before 1290, but that there is certain information when it was consecrated. It houses a precious and miraculous Crucifix, carved by brother Innocenzo in 1936, showing three different faces depending on the perspective from which it is observed. Of great artistic value and of great charm
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  • This beautiful small church in the village of Gradara is a special place for me, because I chose it for my wedding. Bella bella bella and placed in a fantastic environment. Really worth seeing.
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  • this medieval church acts rather inconspicuous from the outside but you should still take the time to also look into this medieval gem on a visit in Gradara. Of course it is different not significantly different from other churches of this time but she heard during a visit of the place just to the visit program.
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  • We thank the community of St John the Baptist, Catholic Christian Church eager for growth, transmitting and Central We thank The Community of St. John the Baptist, Christian-Catholic Church's yearning for Growth, whom relays and is a Pole of: charity. Charity. Faith Faith. Presence Presence. Constance Steadiness. Monumentality Monumentality. Love of art and Virtue. Love for Art and Virtue.
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