Chiesa di Nostra Signora delle Grazie, Sanluri

(4.7/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • The parish church is dedicated to our Lady of graces. Stands on the ruins of a 16th-century Church, of which only the lower part of the Bell Tower, incorporated into the renovations at the end of the eighteenth century. It is closed and we cannot visit the Interior.
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  • The Church is relatively large, rich in marble, frescoes and precious decorations. Is the parish church of the town and is located near the main road. The Church overlooks a small square in the historical centre.
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  • The Church of our Lady of grace as it is today dates back to 700, is divided into aisles decorated, in a wall there hangs a painting that reproduces the plague in Sanluri, beautiful dome with his paintings.
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  • The beautiful church in the Gothic style, with a large Bell and very large naves, with its many beautiful frescoes and an altar for you. Inside there is a golden atmosphere, due to various points of light that they reflect this. Its General height makes it perfectly the idea of divine, leaving passersby in awe.
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  • Beautiful church. Defined at the right point, the Gothic style provides a Visual game very interesting, making the Church even more beautiful. The inside is still traditional to the Christian religion.
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  • Gorgeous unique parish territory!
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  • The largest temple
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