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Anagni, known as the City of the Popes, gave birth to four popes and has long been the papal residence. In the historical center, full of elegant and austere buildings, Romanesque churches, steeples, loggias and piazzas, architecturally sober and...more
This ancient palace is steeped in fascinating papal history. We found the audio guide to be a pretty good introduction to the stories and the stones exuded a dramatic sense of intrigue.
It’s not very large, but you will need at least an hour. I...More
Anagni town offer the view of several building of interest. Bonifacio VIII building is one of these. Made in large pieces of local stones is constituted by 3 large rooms with wall decorated by original painting. Particular attention worth the goose painting were are painted...More
Fascinating castle in the centre of Anagni, witness of an historical (or legendary) episode between the most powerful institutions of the Medieval time: the Pope and the Emperor. Original and contemporary art meet up here.
I must say this is the 1st time I have seen a statue of a pope put up on the fachade of a cathedral in his home town . Ordered it himself and was accused of idolatry by political opponents . Of course this were...More