Duomo Vecchio o Santuario di San Severino Vescovo, San Severino Marche

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Duomo Vecchio o Santuario di San Severino Vescovo is located in San Severino Marche. Plan to visit Duomo Vecchio o Santuario di San Severino Vescovo during your San Severino Marche vacation using our convenient San Severino Marche vacation builder.
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  • San Severino Marche is one of those countries yet on a human scale that unfortunately are disappearing but who survive who knows what peculiar Alchemy in Central Italy and the region of infinity on Leopardi's in particular. The numerous picene necropolises excavated in the area testify to the Roman origins of this city became a free commune and town in the 12th century by Pope Sixtus V in 1586 and then awarded the bishopric. San Severino developed at the beginning of ' 400 a very important school of painting which the brothers Lorenzo and Jacopo Salimbeni, authors, among other things, a magnificent pictorial cycle preserved in Urbino, were the best expression. The town consists of two parts: the medieval castle and the village, built for the needs of Commerce in the 13th century. The Centre of the village is the large Piazza del Popolo, charming and elegant for the many buildings that surround it, following its elliptic curve. At the beginning of the square next to the Palace of the Governors of the sixteenth century and the 19th century clock tower stands the Church of Santa Maria della Misericordia founded in the 14th century and renovated in ' 700, which preserves frescoes by Lorenzo Salimbeni of 1404. continuing in the square on the left is the Feronia Theatre built from 1823 by Ireneo Aleandri with three tiers of boxes and a nice living room curtain painted by Raffaele Fogliardi. At the end of the square on the left side you can admire the impressive façade of the town hall was built in the 18th century. At number 39 of via Salimbeni is located in the Palace Tacchi-Venturi the civic art gallery exhibiting works of great value, including frescoes by the Salimbeni brothers and paintings of Paolo Veneziano, Vittore Crivelli, Allegretto Nuzi and Pinturicchio. In the 5th and 6th centuries a.d. because of the barbarian invasions, the people of San Severino Marche took refuge on Malik today said drive Up this old Castle of the city you can admire the high tower of the Smeducci The 13th century and the old cathedral that dates back to the 10th century. Next to the Duomo is the archaeological museum Giuseppe Moretti hosting important ancient relics including weapons, pottery and funerary piceni. I recommend to all curious travelers a day in San Severino Marche to make a dive into nature, history and art.
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  • -the city, it is also a must visit for all who wants to visit Umbria. -on an esplanade, haven of peace overlooking the city, the Duomo and the nearby Torre Smeducci only bring charm and tranquillity. The cloister, the nave and the organs are small wonders. -in the city, in Piazza del Popolo, do not miss a visit to the Theatre via the Tourist Office.
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  • very old Portal inside there's a wide porch which was to funziobare as sosra of horses or mules of the nearby Convent overlooks the town and it's easy to access nisogn apercorrere a strattta away next is also a typical restaurant marchifiano also in the convent near the nuns produce grasses providing treatment
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