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Basilica di San Giuseppe Artigiano, L'Aquila
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Il terremoto del 2009 ha contribuito a rivelare affreschi sconosciuti nella chiesa che già offriva un altare laterale di esimia bellezza, il restauro è stato celere e ha consentito la riapertura al cu... read more »The earthquake of 2009 helped reveal unknown frescoes in the Church that already offered a side altar of outstanding beauty, the restoration was rapid and allowed the reopening to worship in a short time. But, does anyone have believed appropriate to spread every where discutibilissime canvases full of hands, he could tolerate, instead the Church is scattered. The same artist also ran a huge representation of overlapping bodies that was placed at the side of the altar. I don't understand how many we allowed!show original
Interessante chiesa alle spalle di piazza Duomo, in stile barocco, recentemente restaurato, dove poter vedere le spoglie di papa Celestino V, trasportate qui dalla Basilica di Collemaggio.Interesting Church behind piazza Duomo, in Baroque style, recently restored, where you can see the remains of Pope Celestine V, transported here from the Basilica di Collemaggio.show original
E' stata forse una delle prime chiese danneggiate dal terremoto ad essere restaurata, capisco il grave danno subito dalla struttura, pochi affreschi originali si sono salvati, e sinceramente le opere ... read more »It was perhaps one of the first churches damaged by the quake to be restored, I understand the serious damage suffered by the property, few original frescoes were preserved, and earnestly artworks by contemporary artist chosen to adorn the Church I have seemed gloomy and disturbing to the point of me not liking visit ... sorry, surely is a matter of personal taste and others will not share but that is the impression derived from my experience. In a separate Chapel are the remains of St Peter from Morrone, Pope Celestine V, co-patron saint of the city saved by the collapse of the Basilica di Collemaggio. This may be a valid reason for visiting this basilica.show original
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