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The history is more amazing than the church itself

We decided to walk to the church after hearing of its reviews. We obtained the key from the Museum... read more

Reviewed December 31, 2014
Brisbane, Australia
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Truly stunning. Frescos!!!!!

As part of a tour around Triora in the pouring rain. We visited this church which is normally... read more

Reviewed June 1, 2016
Triora, Italy
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1 Jun 2016
“Truly stunning. Frescos!!!!!”
15 Sep 2015
“Gorgeous frescoes”
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Reviewed June 1, 2016

As part of a tour around Triora in the pouring rain. We visited this church which is normally closed. Able to enter the church and witness the truly amazing frescos and to hear about the history depicted therein.

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Reviewed September 15, 2015

Beautiful church with very old frescoes in the process of being restored. Very creepy images, but such an amazing view into the past. Beautiful! Try singing in it if you have the chance.

Thank mmc923
Reviewed September 1, 2015

Triora, in the mountains above San Remo in Liguria, is fast becoming a music lover's paradise, with musicians and artisans buying affordable, mostly semi-abandoned medieval stone rusticos and village houses in the area. Regular courses put on by Deborah Roberts (TrioraMusica) attract excellent singers and...More

Thank Rachel M
Reviewed December 31, 2014

We decided to walk to the church after hearing of its reviews. We obtained the key from the Museum and walked the 10 or so minutes down the hill. The church is impressive if not small from outside and on entering, my first impression was...More

1  Thank ChrisG932
Reviewed August 21, 2012

rafting 100%! fun and great time on the Stura river with TIziana and his guys !!! rafting the cool water is just a wonderful experience for adults and kids, jumping from rocks and enjoying the nature!!!! have one day off at KE rafting, great fun...More

Thank manociao
Reviewed July 21, 2012

get the keys from the museum if it is closed, this stunner has 14th C frescos

1  Thank Marco C
Reviewed April 8, 2012

Amazing small church, one of 8 in Triora. Well worth a country stroll to get to , to see.

Thank Erica H
Reviewed March 25, 2012

Get the keys from the museum ... or try a guided tour (hotel organizes them) check out this medieval marvel, then walk , and love it... the country walk from there to the suspension bridge, below which is a roman bridge of antiquity... what a...More

1  Thank martina1967
Reviewed October 8, 2011

Medieval chapel with frescoes of heaven and hell! The keys available at the witchcraft museum!!! No kidding ... this place is Italy's "town of the witches"! BEAUTIFUL!!! Great hotel and B&Bs locally ... there is even a medieval palace recently renovated that lets out luxury...More

1  Thank SeaGoat-Under-Sirius
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