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Amazing Historical Church

The frescos and ancient altar were can't miss historic sites. The church is built in the old Roman... read more

Reviewed July 11, 2017
BeaglesLocos
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Austin, Texas
via mobile
Excellent frescoes and an adventure to get into

On the front door is a note in Italian saying to go in the door in the cloister. We tried many... read more

Reviewed April 19, 2017
Mmarymomm
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Pleasanton, California
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Piazza della Pieve, 37015, Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella, Italy
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Reviewed July 11, 2017 via mobile

The frescos and ancient altar were can't miss historic sites. The church is built in the old Roman style and the views across the street are beautiful

1  Thank BeaglesLocos
Reviewed April 19, 2017

On the front door is a note in Italian saying to go in the door in the cloister. We tried many doors before finding the correct one. The church is dark and has many frescoes that you will want to see so be sure to...More

2  Thank Mmarymomm
Reviewed February 14, 2017

San Giorgio di Valpolicella is the most wonderful little village on top of a mountain with a view all the way to the Garda lake. The piazzs with the bar is a good place to enjoy a glass of the local Amarone from the wineries...More

Thank Katarina R
Reviewed October 13, 2016

amazing charming medieval church located in the hilly village of San Giorgio, must see when in Valpolicella area

Thank Swiatka
Reviewed September 3, 2016

This is a bit of a trek uphill on a narrow road from Sant Ambroglio, but well worth the effort. The village itself is a real gem with quaint old buildings and the beautiful historic church. You have to park outside the village, but it's...More

Thank Timmide
Reviewed August 22, 2016

The small town where this small church is located is a good destination for a nice tour on a winding road through the wonderful valpolicella wine country. The small church, romanic in architecture, is a small wonder. Afrescos, the altar and a nice cloister all...More

1  Thank carlosmp
Reviewed May 16, 2016

Hard to know when the church is open except for Sunday mass which is a great pity because the view from up on top of this tiny town is best in the late afternoon. Church and the outside stone areas on its approach and courtyard...More

1  Thank Chinapjs
Reviewed May 10, 2016

Worth visiting, kept in good conditions and ideal for a stroll. This ancient Romanesque parish church is located just aside a small medioeval church, which has to be visited as well.

Thank Lele214
Reviewed January 26, 2016

If you happen to be around San Giorgio di Valpolicella, don't miss the Pieve, to jump a few century back to history.

Thank Skymax1
Reviewed August 15, 2015 via mobile

Well-preserved Roman church and church yard, museum attached is only open on selected days. Go see the ancient well in the backyard but do not get locked in! Church is popular for weddings, and you can watch the action from the bar next door and...More

Thank kstaerk
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