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Chiesa di Santa Croce, Parma
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  • The Church was built in the first half of the 1100 on a stretch of the via Francigena that from Parma to the Cisa pass and then crossed the Apennines, arrived in Rome. It has three naves with a large chapel on the South side. The frescoes in the nave are from the first half of the twelfth century and depict scenes from the life of Jesus and Saint Joseph. Valuable paintings on the altars: the 1500 and 1600 are. Beautiful polychrome wood carvings depicting the Holy family. There are also two sculptures of Saint Apollonia and santa Lucia. A small portion of a fresco is still remaining in the counter-façade-represents the Madonna and child. The renovation of the early 1900 restored the original appearance of the façade. Is not excellent, but worth a visit.
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  • One evening I was to go next door to this church and entered out of curiosity and I enjoyed the recollection that transmits its interior small and a bit dark but I admired the beautiful frescoes around the nave and dome. A visit worth!
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  • The first mention of this church were still the year 1210. Dostraivals′ for centuries. Church in Romanesque style. Inside you will find beautiful frescoes.
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  • Now that you have restored is even better!
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  • Beautiful
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