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Church of San Pietro

Strada San Pietro, 01017 Tuscania, Italy
+39 347 883 8069
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Simply spectacular !

This is one of the pearls Tuscania offers to visitors. Don' miss a visit of the beautiful interiors.

Reviewed 30 July 2017
Gian Luca B
Highly decorated ancient church

This ornate church was competed in the 12th century, it has magnificent decorative features inside... read more

Reviewed 2 July 2017
Island of Malta, Malta
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Strada San Pietro, 01017 Tuscania, Italy
+39 347 883 8069
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Reviewed 30 July 2017

This is one of the pearls Tuscania offers to visitors. Don' miss a visit of the beautiful interiors.

Thank Gian Luca B
Reviewed 2 July 2017

This ornate church was competed in the 12th century, it has magnificent decorative features inside and out. The murals are not as well preserved as Maggiore Church nearby, but the mosaic floors, Etruscan tombs and some 11th and 12th century details make it outstanding. There...More

Thank fjane84
Reviewed 15 June 2017

We walked to the church of San Pietro from the town of Tuscania , it is a nice walk mainly uphill & we passed an old roman road that had been partly preserved. They are still working on trying to renovate the church as much...More

1  Thank Phil570
Reviewed 2 February 2017

This is one of the best examples of Etruscan preservation. Don't not miss it. The floor is a outstanding piece of art in itself. You feel as though you have ed back in

1  Thank MrsJuicePlus
Reviewed 21 August 2016

I visited by car, but it would be a fairly easy walk from the center of Tuscania. The church is ancient and very simple, entrance by a voluntary donation. I loved the grounds as well. Architecture is beautiful and I enjoyed taking many detail shots.

2  Thank DoloresJacoby
Reviewed 15 May 2016

The church is built on ruins of Roman and Etruscan origin. It was a victim of an earthquake in 1971 but has been restored. The history here is palpable. Enjoy this remarkable structure.

Thank mjrg59
Reviewed 25 April 2016

There are better Lazio hill towns in the area. Only stop by Tuscania if it's on the way to somewhere else.

Thank Daryl C
Reviewed 21 October 2015

If the weather is kind, this small but "perfectly formed" historic attraction is a delight with far reaching views across the countryside

Thank brian t
Reviewed 25 September 2015

Fantastic very old well preserved church and surroundings, all very plain and simple with a marvellous crypt underneath, Subject to some excellent restoration work following an earthquake in the 70s. Make a donation, entry is free. There are blue (Paid) parking spots outside and a...More

1  Thank David W
Reviewed 27 April 2015

the hilltop where Tuscania's most famous church is located tends to mystify people. Why does it stand there in majestic isolation, adjacent to a Bishop's residence that hasn't seen a bishop in centuries, surrounded by massive medieval towers? The basic answer is this. St. Peter's...More

3  Thank Viva_Vestavia
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