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Churches in Siena

Abbadia Isola - Monteriggioni

Abbadia Isola - Monteriggioni

The place where the monastery stands was chosen mainly for its strategic position controlling the Via Francigena
Church of Saint Caterina

Church of Saint Caterina

This gothic church is one of the most important churches of the city
Church of San Francesco

Church of San Francesco

It was built by the Franciscans, and it is characterised by the typical simple style
Church of St. Agostino - San Gimignano

Church of St. Agostino - San Gimignano

Its very simple façade still retains the characteristics of its original architectural style
Cripta del Duomo

Cripta del Duomo

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

Duomo - San Gimignano

The Duomo or Collegiate Church, situated on the west side of the Duomo square, is a remarkable monument of Romanesque architecture in Tuscany
Duomo e Libreria Piccolomini

Duomo e Libreria Piccolomini

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

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

Established at the start of the 11th century but probably with much older origins, the ancient country church is now used for civic purposes

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