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When you climb to the top of the hill you will find the main historic monument of importance in Manarola - the 14th century Church of Saint Lorenzo, with an ancient bell tower. Great views of the town from here.
At the head of the village with relatively few visitors, worth the walk up the hill to see the interior of the little church, the views and the various shops and small cafes in the area, have a drink at the Cantina Nessun Dorma and...More
This is just another local church with no significance. The square in front of the church is not big enough for you to step back to take a pciture without distortion. Same with the detached bell tower. As a matter of fact, the bell tower...More
All the churches in the Cinque Terre are lovely. All the churches in Italy are lovely! The Church of San Lorenzo is a quaint, beautiful church in Manarola. Construction dates back to the 14th century. These medieval churches are so steeped in history that it...More
Built in 1338, the church contains two altar piece paintings from the unnamed Master of the Cinque Terre. The stone ceiling is painted with he image of St Lawrence who was martyred by being roasted on his grill. There is a bell tower on the...More
Response from IsaiahK44 | Reviewed this property |
I remember seeing the mass schedule pasted on the noticeboard inside the church near the entrance. I didn't note down the timing but I think it should not be very different from the mass timings of other churches in Italy... More
I remember seeing the mass schedule pasted on the noticeboard inside the church near the entrance. I didn't note down the timing but I think it should not be very different from the mass timings of other churches in Italy. There is usually morning mass from as early as 6 or 7 am and the last mass is usually held at about 5 pm. God Bless!