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Chiesa di San Flaviano, Montefiascone
(4.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Chiesa di San Flaviano is located in Montefiascone. Chiesa di San Flaviano is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Montefiascone Edition.
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  • I had the pleasure of visiting this church the second time I came to Montefiascone, unfortunately before me I was made up. Hits everything inside, first of all the marvellous frescoes on the sides immediately after the entry and then we are astonished, to say the least, bizarre architecture, in fact the Church appears to be very low. But soon you wonder why: c is another Church placed above it, reached by stairs. I have to say an unexpected surprise. The latter Church appears bare, but what is striking is the complex of the Interior of the entire structure.
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  • Built between the 11th and 12th century, the façade of Gothic origin seems a strong, the Interior is with 2 large spans – supported by 2 pillars, the walls are painted fresco cycles dedicated to lives of Saints. On the wall of a madonna in Majesty's painting alive and other scenes of baptism and the life of Christ. Interesting sign that I attach in the picture located in the yard of the Church.
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  • The Lombard Romanesque style church stands as the legend goes on an Etruscan Temple ... in fact, as the story says it is possible that the 12 Etruscan confederations meet in Sydney or in Montefiascone = Mons Faliaciorum mountain of the Falisci. Inside we presumed the legendary tomb of Defuc who gave birth to the mythical history of local wine said EST! EST! EST!
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  • We go every year for putting August 15 after the procession of Defuk
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  • To visit ...
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  • The Interior is beautiful
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