Chiesa di Sant'Agostino

Chiesa di Sant'Agostino, Montefalco: Address, Chiesa di Sant'Agostino Reviews: 4.5/5

Chiesa di Sant'Agostino
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Christine
San Francisco, CA31 contributions
This former church houses some interesting art on an unassuming small street right off the plaza. Definitely worth the visit.
Written April 22, 2022
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ERIC W
Knoxville, TN4,208 contributions
Couples
No charge to check it out. Beautiful Old Church right on the Main Street of Montefalco. Definitely worth checking out. You only need about 10 minutes to see the whole thing
Written October 21, 2018
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Denise94577
San Leandro, CA6 contributions
Friends
This is one of those delightful surprises you find exploring small medieval towns in Italy. Our first day in Umbria, staying in Montefalco to explore regional hill towns, I just came upon it and walked in. It is small and charming with lovely old damaged frescos and the remains of old saints - and their stories - that you likely never heard of.
Written October 7, 2017
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MadamJosephine
Melbourne, Australia1,195 contributions
Couples
There are many churches in Umbria and this is a pretty, small one, but what distinguishes it are the two mummies on display. One is of a Saint and the other a traveller who died in the church, was buried twice but continued to reappear in the church, so they have kept him here. A bit ghoulish, but fascinating.
Written August 16, 2017
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Ben S S
Oxford, UK10 contributions
Couples
A peaceful place to sit and catch your breath in this lovely hilltop town. It is one of the joys of visiting such places that the doors are open to visitors and the buildings are so cool and atmospheric
Written December 8, 2015
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Tony C
Northampton, England, United Kingdom7 contributions
Couples
A must visit to all who go to Montefalco. Mantefalco is somewhwere once visited you feel the need to go back again and again. We hope to go back again soon and maybe try to see it in the winter.
Written October 6, 2015
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KylieLang
Brisbane, Australia3 contributions
Solo
Stunning frescos and most memorably, in the sacristy which a kindly man asked me if I'd like to see and he unlocked the door to a beautiful haven of medieval art.
Written September 19, 2015
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