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We visited San Biagio while on a long walk around Montepulciano. I'm not a "church person" but this was an exception. Really dramatic and the audio tour is complete and clear. If you're near Montepulciano...it's a must.
I visited this church in September while staying in the village of Montepulciano. It is a short walk down the hill to the church. Admission to the church is 3.50 euros but includes a very informative audio tour. I sat in a pew listening and...More
Lovely church, beautiful architecture. It does still have services so best to check before you set off. Plenty of free parking.
You can stand in the centre of the church and clap your hands, and you get many echoes that cannot be heard by anyone...More
3.50 euros admission fee also gives you the head phone commentary on this pretty little cross shaped temple designed by Antonio da Sangallo. It is situated outside the city walls so there is easy parking. Go about lunch time before any coaches arrive.
I enjoyed two free concerts here while spending some time in Montepulciano. the setting was fantastic! It is very possible to walk here from the town, so if you are staying in town, make the trip down the hill to visit this very lovely 500...More
Great church just outside the walled city of Montpulciano to visit an amazing church with the miracle of the Holy Eucharist. Must see church and make sure you stand on the center oval mark and clap your hand once.........then listen,!
The Renaissance temple below the town is dedicated to San Biagio and located at the site of the old chapel. Built in the 16th century, based on the Greek cross plan with four equal wings capped by an elegant dome, it was designed by the...More
Construction on the Renaissance Greek cross architectural style church began in 1518, merely 17 years after Michelangelo unveiled the incredible “David” sculpture. It was designed by Antonio da Sangallo the Elder. The same plan, based on Brunelleschi’s works, was used for the Bramante-Michelangelo design for...More