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Chiesa di San Vigilio

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Chiesa di San Vigilio

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Via San Vigilio, 38086, Pinzolo Italy
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Madonna di Campiglio and Dolomites Self-Guided Tour
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Madonna di Campiglio and Dolomites Self-Guided Tour

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Enjoy the flexibility and freedom of a self-guided tour of Madonna di Campiglio, included transportation from Verona. Skip the hassle of renting a car and relax on the trip to the scenic village, then explore on your own.
$916.83 per adult
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A A wrote a review Mar 2017
973 contributions68 helpful votes
Must see the frescoes presenting danse macabre. The church is located just in opposite from the ski lift.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Paulina S wrote a review Mar 2016
Warsaw, Poland32 contributions9 helpful votes
I did not see the interior, but the paintings on the outside wall are fascinating. We visited by night, so it was a little creepy to. Anyway, worth stepping by.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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Brun066 wrote a review Feb 2014
Florence, Italy9,574 contributions974 helpful votes
During the ski season, the spaces around the church are filled with seedy, muddy parkings at the service of the nearby ropeways. Even more significant is then the well-ordered oasis of the church and of the cemetery that still surrounds it. The Dance of Death fresco on the south side of the church is without a doubt the main attraction: it well carries also the non-specialists in history or in fine arts, in the mentality of the time (early sixteenth century) in which it was made​​. An explanatory panel at the fence of the cemetery explains in detail the written which (a bit as the modern comics) are shown on the painting and complete their meaning.
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Date of experience: February 2014
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Yclept14 wrote a review Oct 2013
Brisbane31 contributions16 helpful votes
This little church sits quietly in a field. The outside walls are painted with very interesting romanesque frescos and the adjoining graveyard is very well tended with several local families well represented.
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Date of experience: September 2013
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