This church is at odds with the surrounding Gothic and Romanesque buildings. Its foundations are medieval even though it was ... More
San Giovanni in Valle
This church is at odds with the surrounding Gothic and Romanesque buildings. Its foundations are medieval even though it was built in Romanesque style in 1120, and restored after some damage was sustained during World War II. The façade is in tuff with several windows and a 15th-century marble portal with a suspended portico and a lunette adorned with a fresco by Stefano da Verona depicting the Madonna con Santi Antonio Abate e Bartolomeo. Inside, the church is divided into three naves flanked by pillars. Once in the raised presbytery, which is accessible via a 17th-century stairway, there are columns topped by Corinthian capitals as well as pillars. The ceiling is formed out of wooden trusses and the walls still hold some frescoes, though mostly damaged during the War.
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This is an important amalgamation made up of the monastery and the church dedicated to the saint, which was built
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