Abbazia di Nonantola - Museo Benedettino e Diocesano di Arte Sacra, Nonantola
(4.6/5 based on 90 reviews on the web)
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  • The wonderful Romanesque Abbey Church is to reach, located in major renovation at the moment only about the Museum San Benedetto. You can still look into it and an imposing impression. The eleven-nave (!) Crypt is fully open to the public and largely unaffected by the construction work. She also convinces by its impressive acoustics. The small museum with sacred art from the estate of the Abbey is a jewel. The entrance fee of 5 euros is worth.
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  • Beautiful architectural complex with a museum with paintings and objects of value. To remember is the crypt of the Church considered a forest of columns. and is the largest in Europe. magnificent
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  • This Abbey is one of the oldest and most important in Italy. And that alone would suffice. But it is his real treasure. Even today, undermined by the earthquake four years ago, access to it is possible through the adjacent Museum. Museum worth a visit, if only for the beautiful scrolls in it shown, some of the 8th century, Charlemagne, Matilda of Canossa, Frederick Barbarossa, some of the names that pop up. Certainly not secondary characters. Treasure of the Abbey that includes some paintings of quality, a gorgeous reliquary cross of the 11th century and the so-called Gospels of Matilda, the illuminated opera USM In addition the sarcophagus of the famous San Silvestro Papa, usually in the Abbey. In the Museum circuit, as mentioned, a fleeting visit to the Church (still working on the high seas, scheduled to open by September 2017) and the beautiful crypt, a forest of 64 columns, suggestive and fascinating. Only down fall visiting hours. If the monument closes at 18 and at 17:30 a keeper begins to turn off lights and locking doors, the sense of being too (and the desire to leave) starts to take over. I understand being a volunteer, but schedules are timetables. P.s.: use of lights inside the museum rooms very good, it has to be said.
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