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Small cute church. The courtyard always has children playing soccer, probably because it is one of the few flat areas in the city. Inside is nicely decorated with cute benches that only fit two people.
Baroque church that gained its current appearance in 18th century. Original structure was dating back to 13th century. Previous shrine was allegedly visited by St. Francis of Assisi, hence the name. Facade is great, inside it's rather not very interesting.
We didn't go in, but from the outside it is beautiful, especially at sunset as the color of the rock changes to all sorts of colors. Children playing soccer in front of the stairs was also fun to watch.
Built in 1870, this Baroque style church is a beautiful sight. You will find the church at the end of Via del Corso, intersecting with Via Ridola. I believe the beginnings of the church were in the 13th Century. It is thought that St. Francis...More
A fabulous church with imposing style and architecture, outside, and some lovely features inside, set slightly above the height of the square with a fantastic facade set with statues in a typical baroque style.