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Chiesa di S.Vincenzo, Vicenza

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Chiesa di S.Vincenzo is located in Vicenza. Use our Vicenza trip generator to visit Chiesa di S.Vincenzo on your trip to Vicenza, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This gives Church on the main square of Vicenza. Unfortunately is poorly understood even by the same van Antwerp and is often found closed by tourists. The reason is that it is a "private" Church: is owned by del Monte di Pietà and is therefore not a parish church. She's always been the town church, indeed over the front door, rather than the Bishop's coat of arms is the arms of the city of Vicenza. The oldest part of the Church dates back to 1300 and san Vincenzo then was the patron of the city. Particularly interesting from an architectural point of view is that subsequent extensions and modifications were made next door and not on the older church so that there are different styles and periods. Even in the years has been changed main orientation of the Church. To find it open you have to go to Sunday morning: we celebrated the mass in Latin (with the current rite, Preconciliar not) at 9.30 and, after the mass, the Church is open for visitors and there is a guide explaining to tourists the history and peculiarities of the Church. How, for example, the column with the city's official measurements (arm, Barre, Roman ...) or the grate opening when there was the monte di pietà.
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  • Church posted in Monte di Pieta in Piazza dei Signori inexplicably closed. Beautiful Baroque façade.
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  • Our beloved Pontiff Frnacesco, it seems to me that in one of his earliest warmly invited pastors to hold pastoral had opened the doors of the churches to allow the faithful to come in and express their own beliefs. All or most of their schedules as any business. Not fair. I don't want to penalize this monument in particular but applies to all places of worship more or less known
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