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Chiesa Santa Maria delle Grazie, Varallo

(4.9/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Impressive painting which can be admired still in full splendor despite has never been restored. The ns. visit was refined by a dear nun who came to say hello and give us some pleasant notion to meet most hidden details of the magnificent painting
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  • A small church just closed expression is just by the side of the road, near the cable. In front of the chancel of Christ crucifixion picture decorate the surrounding frescoes of 19 mainly. And at the bottom are three oval-shaped space, individually, there is a chapel. Also the frescoes decorate the adoration Chapel right fresco over the 20's Needless to say not to say, it is also attractive. Have been fading rapidly and produce the brightness is extremely vivid shades of yellow and blue, in contrast with the large mural in front of. Place of prayer was worth just coming in.
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  • It's hard to be able to transfer the excitement you feel when you enter this Conventual church now become a national monument. I can only urge to go and visit, you will be astonished when walking into this building's 400 you will find yourself in front of a wall divided into twenty parts that depict the life of Jesus and surround the central image of his crucifixion. In this work, created by Gaudenzio Ferrari, some characters are made of embossed on the wall creating a particular effect. This immense wall that divides the Church into two, served to separate the space reserved for praise of the Franciscan Friars from that accorded to ordinary faithful. A must see!
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  • Externally but internally anonymous beautiful
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