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Chiesa di San Pietro in Albe, Massa D'Albe

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  • Thanks to Anna Maria, a volunteer who opened the doors of this magnificent Church we visited in. .. Filled with mosaics with gold pieces encrusted!!! Fabulous!!! A little-known ancient historical but unfortunately! To see along with Alba Fucens and the castle of Celano!!!
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  • A unique place not to be missed, to visit with local guide that will allow you to make amazing discoveries like the engravings on the bricks are only visible with light cutting. A place that hardly anyone knows but is truly phenomenal. I repeat: visit with the Guide (included in the visit of the archaeological site).
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  • St Peter's Church is located on the Hill of the same name which dominates the archaeological site of Alba Fucens situated in the commune of Massa d'Albe, province of L'Aquila. In 1902 it was declared a national monument. It stands on the place where stood the Temple of Apollo at Alba Fucens and belonged to the Benedictines, possession confirmed in 866 Emperor Louis the pious and was built thanks to the artisans of San Clemente a Casauria. The Ambo, in cosmatesque style, was started under the tutelage of Friar Oddone. The masters in charge left the lectern unfinished. It became necessary so other specialized teachers. One of the latter built in 1209 the pulpit of Corneto. Another of these masters ended the iconostasis in the columns separating the 3 naves. First Christian church replaced the temple, but the first forms that reflect the current must be sought in the early 12th century. The remains of the temple were used as foundations for the Church, but the main structure was lengthened and so was divided into 3 naves. Well worth a visit. Recommended!
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