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We loved the art, stained glass and history of this place. There’s a beautiful tomb in the basement where you can light a candle for loved ones and learn more about the history of the place and people.
From the outside, this church looks magnificent with the big columns decorating the outside of the building.
Once inside, the church is very small and intimate. It is very peaceful there; the statue of Our Lady behind the altar is stunning.
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Having originally been a Roman Temple and then converted to. Roman Catholic Church, this church is an interesting building and, with its worn, front columns and original history, it is very different to the other in town. As expected, the interior is rather ornate, and...More
This ancient pagan temple now houses a church within its walls. Well worth stopping by, climbing the steps and entering a 16th century church. The difference from the outside, a 2000 year old Roman façade and enter to see a 16th century over the top...More
Whilst the inside of the church is as one would expect, the building is actually a Roman temple from around 1500 years ago. That in itself is amazing, but if you go to the museum and walk under the streets you will be at the...More
It's amazing to think this building has been standing here for well over 1500 years! Once the Temple to the Roman goddess Minerva and now a beautiful Church in the middle of Assisi. Well worth a visit for the peace and quiet!