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There are so many works of art in Italy and yes many are free to see in a church . I walked into this hall to the side of the cathedral and these vibrant paintings of the pope were all hung there . I must...More
The burial place of San Rufino, the first Saint of Assisi. The facade is beautiful and classic romanesce. Notice the lion on the entrance that is eating a christian to show how courage of the christian martyrs, like San Rufino. Inside you can see statues...More
To get to the church, I had to walk a long incline, so I was hoping it would be worth the effort. Upon entering it, I was a bit disappointed after having just come from the amazing Basilica of St. Francis. But as I looked...More
Cathedral of Saint Rufino is an imposing church, construction started on this church in 1140 atop 2 previous churches one from the 8th century and the second from 1030.
In the façade are 3 entryways; above each door is a rose, with the largest being...More
This beautiful cathedral is another gem of Assisi. A gorgeous church which also has the baptismal font where St. Francis was baptized,a lower crypt area where St. Francis had prayed and also a side room in the Cathedral which holds a exhibit of painting of...More