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Pieve di San Giorgio di Valpolicella, Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella
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Pieve di San Giorgio di Valpolicella is located in Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella. Use our Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella family vacation planner to arrange your visit to Pieve di San Giorgio di Valpolicella and other attractions in Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella.
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amazing charming medieval church located in the hilly village of San Giorgio, must see when in Valpolicella area
Trovata aperta in orario di chiusura grazie ad un matrimonio. Una pieve mozzafiato (piccola, raccolta ed avvolgente nella sua dimensione spirituale, con affreschi di gran pregio ed un oratorio rimasto... read more »Found open after hours thanks to a wedding. A stunning and fascinating collection (small, parish in its spiritual dimension, with frescoes of great value and an oratory remained intact after centuries.show original
This is a bit of a trek uphill on a narrow road from Sant Ambroglio, but well worth the effort. The village itself is a real gem with quaint old buildings and the beautiful historic church. You have t... read more »
Marino CrespiVery impressive and well preserved. Worth the trip.show original
Matteo ZenattiWonderful Romanesque church, very dry acoustics, in spite of an imaginary place in Gregorian chants. Singing on the presbytery we have the sensation of being caught, without the slightest alone. In fact from the public is more sound and gentle. However, every small detail in both good and bad;-) Perhaps it is best suited for concerts of music with instruments and with individual entries, or for chamber music. A note on management: there is a local tourist, we contacted her to offer a concert at no cost. The telephone availability was not the best. They would then have to get in touch with the parish priest of St. Ambrose, who has the administration of the Church, but it took ten days to find out. A few days before the concert there were none-no-comunication of the concert coming up. We thought alone to put up posters in the Church and in the adjacent room. The day of the concert we succeeded in talking with the President of the Association, who had attacked some a4 sheets on lampposts in the piazza about the concert. The pastor rose to open the Church. None of those in charge of the structure was present during the concert, the President of the Pro Loco that he left shortly after the start. In the end no one was present to close the Church. There is a country gentleman who has the keys and guardian of the caretaker, but nobody had contacted him to open or close the Church. A pity, such a beautiful place run in this manner.show original
Andrea CavazziniRomanesque church! I also recommend a walk for the rest of the village!show original
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