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Chiesa di San Fortunato, Todi

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  • San Fortunato is in my opinion the most interesting Church in terms of history and artistic centre of Todi. Is located in a high position on the particular staircase, the construction work started in 1292 on the site of an earlier Church, an incomplete façade at the top has three beautiful portals, the central one of the late Gothic period with beautiful spiral columns and two beautiful statues. The Interior has three naves, large, simple but in Gothic style with remarkable frescoes including that of Masolino da Panicale. Numerous other frescoes, unfortunately some damaged almost beyond repair. Beautiful carved wooden choir of 1590; interesting the stoup made with the capitals of the ancient Church, don't miss to visit the crypt with Tomb of the city's most famous citizen, Friar Jacopone da Todi.
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  • Imposing building in Gothic style, begun in the late 12th century and completed in 1465. The façade was never finished but still there is a magnificent main portal from the 13th century, finely carved with scenes of the last judgment, much to remember that of the Cathedral of Orvieto. Inside the building has three aisles turn cruise. In the aisles are opened seven chapels on the right side and six on the left. The first pillar of the right is a Gothic baptismal font, in the fourth chapel on the same side, a fresco by Masolino da Panicale, "Madonna and child with Angels" (1432), in the fifth, frescoes from the school of Giotto in the first half of the 14th century. The fifth chapel on the left contains frescoes from the school of Giotto, and the third is decorated by Andrea Parker. Sepulchral URN in the crypt preserves the bones of the patron saints of the city: San Felipe, San Callisto, San Cassiano and the SS. Worthy and Roman. In a small Monument located on the left wall are preserved the remains of Jacopone da Todi. From the sacristy of the church you can access the campanile of San Fortunato, from whose Summit you can enjoy a wonderful view of the city and the surrounding area.
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  • Beautiful church, simple but great and flanked by a high Bell Tower from which you can admire the city from above. To visit the crypt where is the majestic tomb of Jacopone da Todi.
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  • Stunning location and breathtaking. I recommend everyone to visit the tomb of beato Jacopone da Todi and the Gothic bell tower
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  • Great place another Italian beauties, congratulations to the inhabitants and associations that undertake together municipality administrations Todi with enhancement interventions of the territory and of their Excellencies
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  • Interesting garden that divides into two separate parts stairs. From outside the main façade is fully integrated to the style of the medieval village. The Interior is very nice and detailed.
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  • Affects access stairs bisected by a small garden. beautiful church and the Interior.
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  • The most beautiful church in Todi. Sin, elsewhere, would have the rank of Cathedral ...
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