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Was walking around taking some pictures when I noticed the church. Thought I would take some pictures inside as well and upon entering mass was being held. So I stood for mass, and prayed. God probably brought me there that moment because I needed it....More
There is great beauty in the old brick of this romanesque church. There are very interesting paintings, but do not miss the fresco of Jerusalem at the base of the bell tower with the wonderful statue of the weeping Mary. The crypt where San Secundo...More
This Romanesque-Gothic church has an austere facade, and its many additions are obvious. The Crypt where San Secondo was martyred and buried is not to be missed. The crypt dates back to the 6th century with its columns and capitals dating from this time and...More