Chiesa di San Nicola
Chiesa di San Nicola
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Susan S
Weehawken, NJ105 contributions
Jul 2019
I have visited the St. Nicola Chapel for the past 10 years. It was restored by my friend, the great art restorer, Maria di Capua. The ceiling is now restored and is beautiful. Everyone should visit it.
Written February 19, 2020
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stanmansurrey
Thames Ditton, UK3,506 contributions
Sep 2018
We stumbled on this tiny church by accident while wandering round the tight little lanes of the Centro Storico in Locorontondo. Barely wider than the doorway it passes through a vaulted corridor with fresco ceiling of musicians
to a small altar beneath a drum cupola with lantern light. The frescoes are not in particularly good condition but the church is beautiful in its simplicity and without the heavy decorative features of the bigger churches is almost more genuine in its importance.
Well worth looking out for it.
Written September 20, 2018
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MilcombePilot
Milcombe, UK73 contributions
Aug 2018 • Solo
A beautiful little Church. It had fallen into disuse for many generations and had been used as a builders storage shed. Following the death of the last builder, it was rediscovered and the incredible frescoes restored and preserved. Now open again open to the public, albeit a little difficult to find, but worth the hunt.
Written August 24, 2018
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Chiesa di San Nicola, Locorotondo