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Pieve di Sant'Andrea

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A guest could not go here and appreciate many beauties in succession without an expert connoisseur of the places, admiring places of great charm during the same experience. Roman sites and places where different populations have followed each other for over 3,000 years, settling in this land for its beauty, its mild climate. The favorable habitat has made possible the development of civilizations that have left important marks in culture, tradition, gastronomy and extraordinary wines
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PaulB wrote a review Sep 2018
Maastricht, The Netherlands2,176 contributions648 helpful votes
The parish church of Sant'Andrea is the oldest building in Srzana and dates back to the 10th century. The church was built over the foundations of a medieval building and underwent numerous restorations and change during the following centuries. The original building was less elevated than the current building, as shown by the walls of the sides and façade. The current facade, higher than the medieval one, consists of an entrance door embellished with a sixteenth-century portal in white Carrara marble. The construction of the bell tower can be traced back to the 14th century. The three original naves were transformed into a single hall, new and larger windows were opened and a general embellishment of the building was carried out with internal monuments and chapels A new overall revision of the internal structure was started during the seventeenth century. After the works of 1928-1929, in which part of the plaster was removed, it is possible to directly observe the medieval parament of the ancient church with three naves. Admission is free.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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