This church, built in the 13th Century, was re-opened for worship at the beginning of the 20th Century. On the left of the ... More
Chiesa dei Servi di Maria
This church, built in the 13th Century, was re-opened for worship at the beginning of the 20th Century. On the left of the gothic front, the old monastery cloister is visible. The modern architecture of the bell tower differs from the church gothic style; and the interior consists of one nave with very high windows, the Apse, and the chapel of the Crucifixion at the bottom.
Not to be confused with the Gesuati, which is on the other side of the city. The baroque interior is
adorned with rare white marble inlayed with green grains. The most important feature of the Chiesa dei Gesuiti, apart ...
Built by the Hermits in the 13th Century, this church has been restored several times; the present appearance is a
result of renovations in the 15th Century and works done at the beginning of the 20th Century. Inside, note ...
The original project was for two twin churches, but during the construction various necessary modifications were made. The architect, Carlo
Rainaldi, finished the construction of Santa Maria di Montesanto in 1675 and began work on the neighboring Santa Maria ...