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Eremo di Sant'Alberto di Butrio, Ponte Nizza

#11 of 63 in Sightseeing in Province of Pavia
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  • I visited the Eremo many times; the last time assisting at a wedding of friends in this magical frame. Great place  more »
  • Though I am Italian I like to write some reports in English. For the simple reason that everybody, no matter where living, MUST know how many concealed jewels Italy has. Among these jewels, this Abbey...  more »
  • Here I celebrated my wedding. Small church surrounded by greenery of Val di Nizza. A building away from our time so chaotic and confused. It is still possible to admire the frescoes of 400 inside and the living stone that coolness. Outside the terrace offers a spectacular Lookout, with its well and benches. Love the small stone capitals along the sheltered porch which leads to the cell of St. Albert. The peace of this place is lovely.
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  • Pristine landscape. Hermitage built by three basilichette in altura, through forests of chestnut trees. Adjoining monastic space an interesting shop selling herbal products in situ and honey products great. To visit calmly. You can review the medieval history and social life of the hermits like reading a work of St. Peter Damian.
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  • One of the many wonderful sites Italians from all known, that immediately involves the visitor for the mystical atmosphere that surrounds it. Beautiful church frescoes, dating from the 16th century, simple but effective, touching for its simplicity the hermit room blind there lived a long time in the past century. To visit.
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  • Is a magical place! The mental recovery
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  • Peace and quiet!
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  • Has a special atmosphere
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