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Aussies11 wrote a review Feb 2017
Montelparo, Italy4,555 contributions309 helpful votes
When we decided to visit this site we rang the doorbell of the office opposite the entrance and shortly a gentleman came out and offered to be our guide. Mr. Paggi was very informative and took us through the various parts of the temple connecting his description with the history. St. Emidio's remains were in this temple but later moved to the Cathedral which bears his name. We can recommend this visit as Mr. Paggi doesn't rush you through and if visitors are keen to learn more he can show a video presentation next door with more comprehensive details.…
Date of experience: November 2016
FoodieVB wrote a review Oct 2016
Rome, Italy73 contributions14 helpful votes
It is just a 10 min. walk from PIazza del Popolo to this temple. When I visited it, It was lunchtime, so I couldn't be able to enter, but I was able to walk around an take a lot of pictures. It's amazing how they built it, just out of the mountain!
Date of experience: October 2016
Rony1959 wrote a review Jun 2016
Kruibeke, Belgium54 contributions26 helpful votes
the door was closed and in the building opposite to the chapel, where you had to ask to open the door, nobody reacted at the door bell
Date of experience: June 2016
Apfelmauschen wrote a review Apr 2016
London, United Kingdom12 contributions1 helpful vote
Ring on the doorbell of the office opposite for a friendly and highly informative guide around the church and associated convent for a small donation. This is also a dormitory stop on the pilgrimmage to Santiago di Compostela, with clean beds, meals and a shower.
Date of experience: March 2016
calabrus wrote a review Mar 2013
Ascoli Piceno, Italy661 contributions190 helpful votes
Great and hidden place in Ascoli, if you have a chance have a visit of this grotto and hear the history of Saint Emidio too from local guide.
Date of experience: August 2012