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Analogous to San Clemente in Rome, Santissima Trinità was built in the Norman Age over a Paleo-Christian church which was built over Roman Temple. This alone makes it a place to visit, however there are also some beautiful frescoes. Most striking, in my opinion, are...More
On the outskirts of town is the huge monastic complex Abbazia della Santissima Trinita, built above a Roman temple in 1046. It all looked closed when we visited ... then an old man beckoned us into the church and turned on lights so we could...More
The complex of The Holy Trinity is an interesting building that started as a pagan temple and was consecrated as a Christian Church in 1059. Inside you will find art work from the time when the Normans controlled this part of Italy and they buried...More