Chiesa Sant'Antonio Abate, San Daniele del Friuli

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  • Very valuable this small church Deconsecrated, deserves to be much more prominent attractions located in the town.
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  • The Church Saint Anthony is certainly one of the most beautiful churches in Friuli. The frescos of Pellegrino da San Daniele carefully be observed (note the placement of the figures painted on the clouds-a novelty for the painting of the time). The Church is also known as the little Sistine Chapel of Friuli-PERHAPS an exaggeration. To see.
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  • Ancient 14th century Church, linked to the Foundation of the local hospital. The Church was expanded during the 15th century. The façade is characterized by a stone doorway and a rose window. Inside, a single nave, three wonderful frescoes are preserved. The most impressive is, without doubt, the one made by Pellegrino da San Daniele in the late 15th century and early 16th century.
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