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Chiesa di San Lorenzo

Piazza Papa Innocenzo IV, Manarola, Italy
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Piazza Papa Innocenzo IV, Manarola, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The inside is simple and authentic. After all the bustle of the churches and cathedrals in big towns, it's welcome.

Thank ImperioTrigan01
Reviewed 1 week ago

High above the town at the start of the walk there to see the town views. A cool bell tower is across the plaza from it. The church itself is nice and simple and quaint too. Worth the small climb to see it for sure....More

Thank finesilver
Reviewed June 12, 2017

We woke up early and walked up the hill to the church. Large numbers of tourists start to arrive after 9am in summer, so it's nice to wander around in the morning while it's still quiet. You can enjoy the view over the town.

Thank The_Next_Escape
Reviewed June 3, 2017

Gothic style church built in 1338. It is a landmark of Manarola. San Lorenzo is the patron of the village. It is a nice and peaceful church. The interior is quite nice. The walk up is not that hard, recommend to go up and taking...More

Thank high_low73
Reviewed May 4, 2017

Beautiful little church in the small town of Manarola. We combined the visit with the vineyard and garden hike back down to the harbor.

Thank zimmys57
Reviewed May 3, 2017

as all the cities in italy, in manarola you can admire this small old church. what else to say? it was close to our hotel and we enjoyed visiting this church

Thank Riguzzi
Reviewed April 21, 2017

Beautiful church with a very humble appearance, we passed by this church and were not going to enter since there was nobody around it. It turned out to be really nice in the inside. The church is dedicated to the Nativity of the Virgin Mary,...More

1  Thank Francisco A
Reviewed April 18, 2017

A wonderful thing in almost all towns of the Cinque Terre are churches and Chiesa di San Lorenzo is not an exception.Church was built in 1338, have a Gothic facade with a nice rose window, and the baroque-style interior.

Thank pifdark
Reviewed December 1, 2016

We explored this church after we checked into our hotel because it was only 5 mins away. After a steep climb, we found that the church was more or less one of the highest buildings in town and it faced a little piazzale that had...More

1  Thank Isaiah K
Reviewed November 16, 2016

If you have read my reviews you know that I like to visit old churches for the wonderful surprises you find inside them. This one is no exception. If you get the chance make sure you visit.

Thank James C
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Response from Isaiah K | 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
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