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Monastero di San Benedetto, Subiaco

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  • It's impressive and imposing, totally built into the rock on the side of the mountain; located in the Valley of Aniente in the Woods. It took me back a little in the novel the name of the rose. Fantastic. The great thing then is that nothing of older works, and frescoes, is gated, it's all so how did the year 1000 onwards. Keep it up and hope the visitor civilization does not force to monks to protect the artwork.
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  • What if not just gorgeous?!? To reach it better to take the car unless you're an expert trekkers; but once you reach the monastery its beautiful frescoes, the clean air, the infinite silence and the beautiful landscape, you'll remain entranced.
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  • We were here on a rainy April day. Weather twilight. But going to the monastery, we were shocked by this place. All the walls are painted with frescos with biblical scenes, and only the cave of Saint Benedict has remained untouched by the rock. He was only 19 years old when he began here their village. Even here there is a small rose garden, which looked after by monks. The current monastery and is located in the mountains. From the car park needs a little go uphill.
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  • An extraordinary place, not only for its geographical location, but also for the treasure of art (and faith) that embodies and represents. The Interior is completely covered with frescoes of excellent workmanship, ranging from the 8th century to the 16th, including a portrait of Saint Francis made when he was still alive (so much so that does not carry nor stigmata or Halo). If the people who visit then respected a ban on taking pictures inside, you might appreciate even better is the art that the quiet of the place. And maybe even the frescoes, not subjected to flames of flash, it would retain better.
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  • The place is lovely, the monastery is finely frescoed. Very impressive
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  • You can visit the Sacro Speco ... is really a privilege that we do not always appreciate ...
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