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S. Maria di Propezzano

Abbey of Saint Mary of Propezzano

Morro d'Oro - 64020

The building compound of Saint Mary of Propezzano was erected on the very spot where, according to the tradition, the Madonna appeared in 715. Since then and ...

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X cent (1)

La Chiesa di Santa Maria a Vico

Church of St Mary a Vico

Sant'Omero - 64024

The Church of St Mary a Vico near Sant’Omero was built on the remains of a pagan temple dedicated to Hercules. It is thought to be the only Abruzzo’s monument ...

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XI cent (2)

Abbazia di Montesanto

Abbey of St Mary in Montesanto

Civitella del Tronto - 64010

St Mary’s Abbey is on the quiet hill of Montesanto, in the deep tranquil atmosphere set by the vicinity of the hills of Teramo. It is among the most suggestive ...

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St Nicola’s Church

Atri - 64032

First founded in the 11 th century and rebuilt in 1256, St Nicola’s Church was converted several times over the centuries. The portal stands out from the ...

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XII cent (6)

Santa Maria di Ronzano

Church of St Mary di Ronzano

Castel Castagna - 64030

This isolated church in the Valley of the Mavone River is one of most characteristic monuments of the Middle Ages in Abruzzo. Almost certainly, it was built in ...

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San Giovanni ad Insulam

Abbey of St John ad Insulam

Isola del Gran Sasso - 64045

The Abbey of St John ad Insulam is located in the deep countryside of the Sicilian Valley, at the foot of the Gran Sasso peaks. Its edifice is considered one ...

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La Chiesa di San Martino

St Martin’s Church

Nereto - 64015

In 1188 The Papal bull of Clement III referred to St Martin’s Church as ‘ad Gaglianum’. Although the building underwent drastic renovation works over the 19 th ...

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San Clemente

Abbey of St Clement al Vomano

Notaresco - 64024

After a long period of restoration works, the abbey reopened to the public in 2008. According to many, there is a relation between the Abbey of St Clement al ...

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La facciata di Piazza Martiri

St Berard’s Church

Teramo - 64100

The  Cathedral of Teramo (dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary) – also known as the ‘Duomo’ – begun in 1158 with Bishop Guido ...

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Chiesa di San Vito

St Vito’s Church

Valle Castellana - 64010

St Vito’s Church, historically dependent upon the Abbey of Farfa, was built by the Benedictines in the 12 th century. It presents the typical ground plan – i.e. ...

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XIII cent (4)

Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption – Atri

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  The cathedral of Atri is one of the most important examples of Romanesque style in Abruzzo. Consecrated in 1223 it was rebuilt between the 13 th and ...

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Chiesa di San Francesco - Particolare

St Francis’ Church

Atri - 64032

This church along Corso Adriano (high street) was built around 1230 perhaps thanks to Saint Friar Filippo Longo of Atri. He was Saint Francis’ seventh friar brother. ...

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St Peter’s Church

Campli - 64012

The small country church is to be found around Campovalano’s plain, nearby the ruins of a Benedictine convent. Founded in the 8 th century it was rebuilt ...

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St Clare’s Church

Atri - 64032

The church erected in the 13 th century and refurbished in the 16 th century was realized thanks to its benefactor Giosua I of Acquaviva. A classic fifteenth-century ...

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XIV cent (2)

St Francis Church

Campli - 64012

St Francis Church is the oldest religious building in Campli, built in the 14 th century right in the historic centre of the town. It presents the unmistakable ...

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Chiesa di San Francesco

St Francis’ Church

Civitella del Tronto - 64010

The church was founded first in the 14 th century when Roberto d’Angió was reining. It still presents part of the ancient wall with its regular recurring motifs ...

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