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Abbadia Isola - Monteriggioni

Abbadia Isola - Monteriggioni

Siena
The place where the monastery stands was chosen mainly for its strategic position controlling the Via Francigena
Abbey of San Zeno

Abbey of San Zeno

Pisa
The Abbey of San Zeno is characterized by a superimposition of architectural styles and trends which is particularly evident in the façade
Badia Fiorentina

Badia Fiorentina

Florence
It is located almost directly in front of the Bargello, at the intersection between Via del Proconsolo and Via Dante Alighieri
Baptistery of San Giovanni

Baptistery of San Giovanni

Florence
The origins of the temple dedicated to St. John the Baptist, later patron saint of the city, are still uncertain
Baptistery of San Giovanni in Corte

Baptistery of San Giovanni in Corte

Pistoia
It was built in its present form just after the mid-fourteenth century
Basilica della Madonna dell'Umiltà

Basilica della Madonna dell'Umiltà

Pistoia
The building is considered the most important Renaissance testimony of the monumental architecture in Pistoia
Basilica di San Frediano

Basilica di San Frediano

Lucca
Walking down via Fillungo, passing the piazza of the Amphitheatre, one arrives at Piazza San Frediano
Basilica di San Lorenzo

Basilica di San Lorenzo

Florence
Consecrated in 393, it's the oldest church in Florence
Basilica di San Miniato al Monte

Basilica di San Miniato al Monte

Florence
The lower part of the facade is decorated by fine arcading; the upper part is simpler and has a fine 12th-century mosaic of Christ between the Madonna and St. Miniato
Basilica di Santa Croce

Basilica di Santa Croce

Florence
Santa Croce is one of the oldest Franciscan basilicas and, in terms of its dimensions, also one of the most magnificent
Basilica di Santa Maria delle Carceri

Basilica di Santa Maria delle Carceri

Prato
Church of high architectonic value, it was built in the second half of the 15th century by Giuliano da Sangallo, according the harmonious proportions of the Greek cross and is surmounted by a cupola
Basilica di Santa Maria Novella

Basilica di Santa Maria Novella

Florence
Santa Maria Novella is chronologically the first of the great Florentine basilicas
Basilica di Santo Spirito

Basilica di Santo Spirito

Florence
The church is one of the most important churches of the city
Basilica of San Piero a Grado

Basilica of San Piero a Grado

Pisa
Charming example of the Pisan Romanesque style, built of tuffaceous stone and white marble obtained from Roman remains, the church is characterized by two sets of apses, with three apses facing east and one west
Battistero - Pisa

Battistero - Pisa

Pisa
Surrounded by columned arcades, is made of white marble inlaid with grey bands. The carvings on the main portal, framed by columns with floral patterns, and the arcaded gallery echo the Cathedral
Brunelleschi's Dome

Brunelleschi's Dome

Florence
The construction of the cupola of the Cathedral was one of the most imposing tasks of the Renaissance
Cathedral of San Donato

Cathedral of San Donato

Arezzo
This is an impressive Gothic construction, which was begun at the end of the 13th century and continued, with several interruptions, until the beginning of the 16th
Cathedral of San Martino

Cathedral of San Martino

Lucca
Opening onto the piazza of the same name, the Duomo is surrounded by beautiful buildings from various periods
Cathedral of San Zeno

Cathedral of San Zeno

Pistoia
It's in the center of the old town of Pistoia, on the south side of Piazza Del Duomo
Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore - Duomo

Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore - Duomo

Florence
The Cathedral is the end result of years of work that covered over six centuries of history
Cattedrale - Pisa

Cattedrale - Pisa

Pisa
A wonderful monument, famous all over the world to be the background and foreground of the Leaning Tower
Cattedrale di San Lorenzo

Cattedrale di San Lorenzo

Grosseto
It is built on the remains of the Church of S. Maria, which stood on this site in 1138 at the time of bishop Rolando
Cenacolo di Fuligno - Conservatory for poor and honest girls

Cenacolo di Fuligno - Conservatory for poor and honest girls

Florence
It is situated in the former convent of the Sisters of Foligno, transformed into a
Cenacolo di Sant'Apollonia - Convent of Sant'Apollonia

Cenacolo di Sant'Apollonia - Convent of Sant'Apollonia

Florence
The first Renaissance refectory in Florence is the one belonging to the Benedictine nuns of Sant'Apollonia, created around 1445 in one of the most florid periods the convent
Certosa del Galluzzo

Certosa del Galluzzo

Florence
This fortified monastery the Carthusians built overlooking the town of Galluzzo, about five km from Florence, is extraordinary both architecturally and artistically
Chiesa Anglicana

Chiesa Anglicana

Livorno
It's a typical example of Neoclassic architecture
Chiesa di San Francesco

Chiesa di San Francesco

Grosseto
It was erected by the Benedictines and first dedicated to S. Fortunato
Chiesa di San Francesco - Volterra

Chiesa di San Francesco - Volterra

Pisa
The coats of arms of the city is the only decoration on the simple stone façade of the Church
Chiesa di San Girolamo - Volterra

Chiesa di San Girolamo - Volterra

Pisa
The church os S. Girolamo and the convent were built in 1445 by Michelozzi
Chiesa di San Giusto - Volterra

Chiesa di San Giusto - Volterra

Pisa
The Church of San Giusto was designed in 1627 by the Florentine architect Giovanni Coccapani and consecrated in 1775
Chiesa di San Lino - Volterra

Chiesa di San Lino - Volterra

Pisa
This simple convent church with a single nave was built on Raffaello Maffei's request
Chiesa di San Michele - Volterra

Chiesa di San Michele - Volterra

Pisa
The actual building, of the 13th century, has a romaesque façade that wears the Farnese Family coats of arms
Chiesa di Sant'Agostino - Castiglion Fiorentino

Chiesa di Sant'Agostino - Castiglion Fiorentino

Arezzo
The originary complex is of the 13th century, while the bell tower was built in 1500
Chiesa di Sant'Alessandro - Volterra

Chiesa di Sant'Alessandro - Volterra

Pisa
The church is very old, an it is believed that was consecreted in 1220 by Pope Callisto II
Chiesa di Santa Maria - Palaia

Chiesa di Santa Maria - Palaia

Pisa
St Mary’s Church is built of terracotta bricks in a very simple style
Chiesa di Sant’Andrea - Palaia

Chiesa di Sant’Andrea - Palaia

Pisa
St. Andrew’s Church, was begun in the 11th century but its façade and bell tower were built in Romanesque style between the 12th and 15th century
Chiesa e chiostro di San Francesco - Castiglion Fiorentino

Chiesa e chiostro di San Francesco - Castiglion Fiorentino

Arezzo
This complex rises on the “hill of Paradise,” outside of the primitive enclosing town walls
Church of Armeni

Church of Armeni

Livorno
It was built by G. Del Fante for the Armenian community living in the town
Church of B.V.M. Madre delle Grazie

Church of B.V.M. Madre delle Grazie

Florence
It was projected by the architect, Guido Morozzi, and it was built between 1954 and 1958
Church of Badia

Church of Badia

Arezzo
Built by Benedictine monks in the 13th century and dedicated to the Saints Flora and Lucilla, this church opens out onto the recently restored Piazza della Badia
Church of Codiponte

Church of Codiponte

Massa-Carrara
It is dedicated to the Saints Cornelio and Cipriano
Church of Crespiano

Church of Crespiano

Massa-Carrara
It is dedicated to Our Lady of the Assumption
Church of Immacolata

Church of Immacolata

Florence
Into the church there are many works of By Giovanni Montini
Church of Madonna

Church of Madonna

Livorno
It was projected by Pieroni in the 17th century and it's dedicated to Our Lady
Church of Maria Maddalena

Church of Maria Maddalena

Pisa
Construction dates from the 12th century, but the church was completely restored in the 18th century but half destroyed by bombings during World War II
Church of Offiano

Church of Offiano

Massa-Carrara
It is dedicated to Saint Peter
Church of Ognissanti

Church of Ognissanti

Florence
It was founded in 1251 by the Ordine degli Umiliati, rationalized the organization of the hamlet located on the site
Church of Orsanmichele

Church of Orsanmichele

Florence
The building is square in plan, and there are still, on the ground floor, the 13th century arches that formed the loggia
Church of Our Lady of the Assumption

Church of Our Lady of the Assumption

Massa-Carrara
The church is divided into three naves, with big columns
Church of S. Felice

Church of S. Felice

Florence
The present building dates to the 1400s, though there are traces of an earlier Romanesque structure
Church of S. Felicita

Church of S. Felicita

Florence
It was built in the middle ages on the site of a Paleochristian Church and cemetery
Church of S. Ferdinando della Pia Casa di Montedomini

Church of S. Ferdinando della Pia Casa di Montedomini

Florence
The current imposing building of the Pia Casa of Montedomini stands near Arno's shore
Church of S. Leonardo in Arcetri

Church of S. Leonardo in Arcetri

Florence
It was partially demolished and partially incorporated to the Uffizi, ceasing all religious functions
Church of S. Maria del Carmine

Church of S. Maria del Carmine

Florence
It was begun in 1268, finished in 1476, devastated by a fire in 1771, and rebuilt in a rather grandiose Baroque style in 1792
Church of Saint Andrea di Castello

Church of Saint Andrea di Castello

Massa-Carrara
It stood on the pilgrims' route to Santiago de Compostela
Church of Saint Caterina

Church of Saint Caterina

Siena
This gothic church is one of the most important churches of the city
Church of Saints Ippolito and Cassiano

Church of Saints Ippolito and Cassiano

Massa-Carrara
It's is located at the foot of the Monte Barca, not far from the castle and the old centre of Bagnone
Church of San Bartolomeo

Church of San Bartolomeo

Prato
The church was rebuilt in the post-war period
Church of San Bartolomeo

Church of San Bartolomeo

Pistoia
The church was built, together with the monastery, not far from the city wall, in the mid eighth century by the Lombard doctor Gaidoaldo
Church of San Benedetto

Church of San Benedetto

Livorno
It contains sculptures and paintings by artists from Livorno
Church of San Cristoforo

Church of San Cristoforo

Lucca
It is a basilica with three aisles and a roof supported by trusses
Church of San Domenico

Church of San Domenico

Prato
This church has a refined Gothic structure
Church of San Domenico

Church of San Domenico

Arezzo
Founded in 1275, and finished at the beginning of the 14th century, this Gothic basilica dominates the singhtly sloping back-drop of piazza S. Domenico
Church of San Domenico

Church of San Domenico

Pisa
The church was part of a convent of Dominican nuns. Both were built in 1395 and donated by Pietro Gambacorti, Prince of Pisa, to his daughter Chiara, whose bones were discovered by the high altar
Church of San Fabiano

Church of San Fabiano

Prato
The church, built by the Benedictines of the Cassinese-Cluniac rule, is mentioned for the first time in a paper of 1081, but it is surely older
Church of San Ferdinando

Church of San Ferdinando

Livorno
It was built between 1707 and 1714
Church of San Francesco

Church of San Francesco

Siena
It was built by the Franciscans, and it is characterised by the typical simple style
Church of San Francesco

Church of San Francesco

Prato
The construction of the present church dates back to the late 13th century
Church of San Francesco

Church of San Francesco

Arezzo
This Basilica, situated in the square that bears its name, at the point where via Cavour widens out to form an attractive access point to the old-est nucleus of the town, goes back to the second half of the 13th century
Church of San Francesco

Church of San Francesco

Pisa
The church has recently been the object of public attention for the opening of the purported tomb of Count Ugolino
Church of San Giorgio degli Innocenti

Church of San Giorgio degli Innocenti

Pisa
The building has been restored in the Romanesque style. The interior preserves a crucifix of the German school and a few oval canvases by Ceuli
Church of San Giovanni

Church of San Giovanni

Livorno
It is the oldest church in the town
Church of San Giovanni Fuorcivitas

Church of San Giovanni Fuorcivitas

Pistoia
The church consecrated to Saint John the Evangelist was called Fuorcivitas because it was built outside the Medieval city wall
Church of San Jacopo Sopr'Arno

Church of San Jacopo Sopr'Arno

Florence
The church, which dates to the X century, has been modified repeatedly
Church of San Martino

Church of San Martino

Massa-Carrara
It is completely lacking of roof and shows a particular structure
Church of San Martino

Church of San Martino

Lucca
It's the cathedral of Pietrasanta
Church of San Martino in Chinzica

Church of San Martino in Chinzica

Pisa
It was founded in 1332 by Bonifacio della Gherardesca
Church of San Matteo in Soarta

Church of San Matteo in Soarta

Pisa
It represents one of the most charming and classic examples of 17th-century architecture
Church of San Michele degli Scalzi

Church of San Michele degli Scalzi

Pisa
The church is located by the Viale delle Piagge
Church of San Michele in Borgo

Church of San Michele in Borgo

Pisa
This little church is situated on the north bank of the Arno
Church of San Michele in Foro

Church of San Michele in Foro

Lucca
It's located in Piazza San Michele, the site of many medieval and Renaissance buildings
Church of San Niccolò

Church of San Niccolò

Prato
It is a complex of buildings built from XIV century to XVIII century, with numerous pieces of art
Church of San Nicola

Church of San Nicola

Pisa
It has a two-colour marble façade with polychrome inlays derived from the Pisan Romanesque style
Church of San Paolo

Church of San Paolo

Pistoia
The church is a beautiful example of Gothic architecture in which echoes of the traditional Pistoian polychromy can still be seen
Church of San Paolo a Ripa d'Arno

Church of San Paolo a Ripa d'Arno

Pisa
It's located in the south-west of the old town near the south bank of the Arno
Church of San Pier Forelli

Church of San Pier Forelli

Prato
Church of the 19th century, rectangular-shaped, arisen in 1838, on the place of an ancient demolished church
Church of San Pietro

Church of San Pietro

Lucca
The church is all that remains of the homonymous Benedictine monastery
Church of San Pietro

Church of San Pietro

Pistoia
This church with its white and green marble façade is the last example of the extraordinary period of Pistoian polychrome decoration and interprets in a fully mature manner the feeling of the period
Church of San Pietro in Vinculis (San Pierino)

Church of San Pietro in Vinculis (San Pierino)

Pisa
It is located near the Piazza della Berlina.
Church of San Ranierino

Church of San Ranierino

Pisa
The small church, located near the Piazza del Duomo, originally stood at the southeast corner of the Field of Miracles with the façade facing west
Church of San Silvestro

Church of San Silvestro

Pisa
The church was founded in the 12th century. In 1118 it was granted to Benedictine monks, and in 1331 to Dominican nuns
Church of San Sisto in Cortevecchia

Church of San Sisto in Cortevecchia

Pisa
The church is the venue for the celebration of ''Lo die di Santo Sisto'', a memorable date in Pisan history
Church of San Torpè

Church of San Torpè

Pisa
It is located in front of the Roman ruins known as
Church of San Vincenzo and Santa Caterina De Ricci

Church of San Vincenzo and Santa Caterina De Ricci

Prato
This church is dedicated to Santa Caterina de' Ricci, who lived in the adjoining nunnery for a long time
Church of San Vitale

Church of San Vitale

Massa-Carrara
It has very ancient origins
Church of San Vito

Church of San Vito

Pisa
It has been rebuilt in the same spot as the old building destroyed by bombing, which in turn had replaced an older and larger church demolished in the late 18th century during work carried out on the river embankments
Church of Sant'Agostino

Church of Sant'Agostino

Lucca
The church dominates the main square of Pietrasanta from the height of its steps
Church of Sant'Agostino

Church of Sant'Agostino

Prato
It was originated by the Augustinian monks in 1271, but the present church dates back to the 14th and 15th century
Church of Sant'Agostino

Church of Sant'Agostino

Arezzo
It's an ancient building (1257), modified at the end of the 15th century and half way through the 18th
Church of Sant'Alessandro Maggiore

Church of Sant'Alessandro Maggiore

Lucca
The church of Sant'Alessandro is also called Sant'Alessandro Maggiore to distinguish it from the no longer existing homonymous church near the Duomo
Church of Sant'Andrea

Church of Sant'Andrea

Livorno
The church was built in the XIX century
Church of Sant'Andrea

Church of Sant'Andrea

Pistoia
It's certainly of ancient origin: in fact many clues tell us that the foundation must date back to the period of Lombard rule
Church of Sant'Anna

Church of Sant'Anna

Pisa
The church and the convent were erected in 1406 for a community of Benedictine nuns
Church of Sant'Antonio

Church of Sant'Antonio

Pisa
It was founded in the early 13th century: its façade has recently been restored
Church of Santa Apollonia

Church of Santa Apollonia

Pisa
The façade of this church was restored in October 2001
Church of Santa Caterina

Church of Santa Caterina

Livorno
It was built between 1720 and 1753 by G. Del Fantasia
Church of Santa Caterina d'Alessandria

Church of Santa Caterina d'Alessandria

Pisa
Catherine of Alexandria, the name of the girl that gave her name to the church, was a young girl who suffered martyrdom during persecutions by Maxentius, in the early 4th century
Church of Santa Cecilia

Church of Santa Cecilia

Pisa
It was founded by Camaldolese monks in the early 12th century
Church of Santa Chiara

Church of Santa Chiara

Pisa
The present church, adjoining Santa Chiara Hospital, was built in 1784 after the demolition of the original 13th-century building
Church of Santa Cristina

Church of Santa Cristina

Pisa
Ii is a Romanesque church dating from the 11th century, as is attested by the small blind arches decorating the outside of the apse
Church of Santa Croce in Fossabanda

Church of Santa Croce in Fossabanda

Pisa
In 2000 the church-monastery was converted into a hotel owned by the Commune of Pisa and run by the Fondazione Toniolo. The church is located near the Convention Centre
Church of Santa Giulia

Church of Santa Giulia

Livorno
The church is dedicated to the town patron saint
Church of Santa Maria a Ripalta

Church of Santa Maria a Ripalta

Pistoia
Recently reopened for worship thanks to careful restoration, the church dates to the mid twelfth century
Church of Santa Maria Assunta

Church of Santa Maria Assunta

Lucca
It is situated in the historic town centre of Camaiore
Church of Santa Maria del Carmine

Church of Santa Maria del Carmine

Pisa
The church is located alongside Corso Italia, the main street of the city
Church of Santa Maria del Soccorso

Church of Santa Maria del Soccorso

Livorno
It was built in the 19th century and contains interesting works of modern artists
Church of Santa Maria del Soccorso

Church of Santa Maria del Soccorso

Prato
The construction of the church began in 1575 and an arcade was added in 1584 by Alfonso Parigi
Church of Santa Maria della Pietà

Church of Santa Maria della Pietà

Prato
The church was built in 1617, following a miracle event, after a project of Gherardo Mechini
Church of Santa Maria della Spina

Church of Santa Maria della Spina

Pisa
The church is situated on the left bank of the Arno to the west of the Palazzo Gambacorti, and perhaps is one of the best-known of the smaller churches of Pisa
Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie

Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie

Pistoia
It is a fine example of Renaissance architecture and in its structure we can see the influence of the great Florentine architect Michelozzo
Church of Santa Maria in Gradi

Church of Santa Maria in Gradi

Arezzo
This construction looks out on to the square of the same name, which is situated on the steep slope of piaggia di Murello
Church of Santa Marta

Church of Santa Marta

Pisa
It was formerly known as Church of Santa Viviana in Suarta, from the name of the old quarter where it was located
Church of Santi Filippo e Prospero

Church of Santi Filippo e Prospero

Pistoia
The church, even though it is small, houses six confessionals, a sign of how these furnishings were in great use during the Counter Reformation period
Church of Santo Sepolcro

Church of Santo Sepolcro

Pisa
Around the middle of the 12th century the architect Diotisalvi erected this octagonal monument for the Order of the Hospital of St. John
Church of Santo Stefano al Ponte Vecchio

Church of Santo Stefano al Ponte Vecchio

Florence
It dates to at least 1116, and presents a Romanesque façade whose lower half is older, with simple doors bordered by architraves, and arches
Church of Santo Stefano dei Cavalieri

Church of Santo Stefano dei Cavalieri

Pisa
It was officiated on 7 July 1562: the interior preserves mementos, flags and lights taken away from Turkish and pirate ships during the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries
Church of Spirito Santo

Church of Spirito Santo

Prato
It has a sober and elegant aspect and houses some very valuable works
Church of Spirito Santo

Church of Spirito Santo

Pistoia
With its severe façade, this church is the greatest example of seventeenth century architecture in Pistoia
Church of Ss Giovanni and Reparata

Church of Ss Giovanni and Reparata

Lucca
The church is mentioned for the first time in 754 in the testament of bishop Valprando
Church of SS Jacopo e Filippo in Orticaia

Church of SS Jacopo e Filippo in Orticaia

Pisa
The Romanesque church dates from the 12th century but has been altered on several occasions
Church of SS. Annunziata

Church of SS. Annunziata

Florence
The present church was built between 1444 and 1481 by Michelozzo, with the assistance of P. Portigiani and Antonio Manetti
Church of SS. Apostoli

Church of SS. Apostoli

Florence
It dates to the 11th century, was reworked in the XV-XVI centuries, and was restored to its original state between 1930 and 1938
Church of St. Agostino - San Gimignano

Church of St. Agostino - San Gimignano

Siena
Its very simple façade still retains the characteristics of its original architectural style
Church of the Madonna dei Galletti

Church of the Madonna dei Galletti

Pisa
The present church was already in existence in the 13th century, but was rebuilt in the 18th century in the baroque style
Church of the Ss Annunziata

Church of the Ss Annunziata

Arezzo
This is situated on the most westerly stretch of via Garibaldi (the old via Sacra, a long artery which described a semi circle around the medieval town)
Church of Vendaso

Church of Vendaso

Massa-Carrara
It represents a typical example of high medieval architecture with its capitals with flowers, circles, animal
Collegiata - Castiglion Fiorentino

Collegiata - Castiglion Fiorentino

Arezzo
In 1836, it was decided to build a new Collegiata on the ancient Pieve, which by then was in bad condition. The construction began in 1840, directed by Pietro Mancini
Cripta del Duomo

Cripta del Duomo

Siena
The Dome's crypt is in Scale di San Giovanni
Duomo - San Gimignano

Duomo - San Gimignano

Siena
The Duomo or Collegiate Church, situated on the west side of the Duomo square, is a remarkable monument of Romanesque architecture in Tuscany
Duomo - Volterra

Duomo - Volterra

Pisa
The cathedral dedicated to the Assumption Mary was reconstructed in about 1120 on the site of a preexisting church dedicated to the Holy Mary
Duomo di Livorno

Duomo di Livorno

Livorno
It was built by Cogorano in 1587 and accomplished by Pieroni and Cantagallina in 1606
Duomo di Sant'Andrea

Duomo di Sant'Andrea

Massa-Carrara
It is mentioned for the first time in a notary's deed dated 1035
Duomo di Santo Stefano

Duomo di Santo Stefano

Prato
The interior has 3 aisles supported by green marble massive columns and finished with elegant capitals; wide arcades and decorations with bands of alberese stone and green marble
Duomo e Libreria Piccolomini

Duomo e Libreria Piccolomini

Siena
Built in 1492 by Cardinal Francesco Piccolomini Todeschini (subsequently pope Pius III Piccolomini) to house the rich book collection of pope Pius II Piccolomini
Eremo di S. Leonardo al Lago - Monteriggioni

Eremo di S. Leonardo al Lago - Monteriggioni

Siena
A noteworthy element of the architectural complex is the beautiful church with a single nave built entirely in stone, excellently conserving the simplicity of its medieval lines
Pieve a Castello - Monteriggioni

Pieve a Castello - Monteriggioni

Siena
Established at the start of the 11th century but probably with much older origins, the ancient country church is now used for civic purposes
Pieve di San Leolino - Rignano sull'Arno

Pieve di San Leolino - Rignano sull'Arno

Florence
The Pieve di San Leolino in Rignano sull’Arno was first mentioned in 1066 in a document of the lost San Pier Maggiore Monastery in Florence
Pieve di San Martino - Palaia

Pieve di San Martino - Palaia

Pisa
St. Martin’s church, currently being restored lies on the outskirts of the town on via della Pieve
Pieve di Santa Maria

Pieve di Santa Maria

Arezzo
Completely built of sandstone and situated between corso Italia and the Piazza Grande behind, this is one of the largest and most attractive Romanesque
Sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie

Sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie

Arezzo
A 15th century sanctuary, situated on the outskirts to the south of the town (1.5 Km from the centre) at the end of the straight viale Mecenate
Santuario delle Vertighe - Monte San Savino

Santuario delle Vertighe - Monte San Savino

Arezzo
The Sanctuary is located near exit 27 of A1 motorway of which the Virgin of Vertighe is the protectress

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