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Beautiful chruch in a very lovely village

The patron saint of Poppi is interred here. The church is in an excellent location at the end of... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2017
Loreen K
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Prague, Czech Republic
Lovely little church

We visited here as part of a day's wandering around this beautiful town. This little church was a... read more

Reviewed 8 October 2017
GeeC5
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Melbourne
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Oct 23, 2017
“Beautiful chruch in a very lovely village”
Oct 7, 2017
“Lovely little church”
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Piazza Bonilli, 52014, Poppi, Italy
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Reviewed 23 October 2017

The patron saint of Poppi is interred here. The church is in an excellent location at the end of the main street in the village offering excellent views outside of the surrounding valley. It has a beautifil decorated window, numerous significant paintings. There are 3...More

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Reviewed 8 October 2017

We visited here as part of a day's wandering around this beautiful town. This little church was a delight to visit on a quiet drizzly day in Poppi, we had it to ourselves.

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Reviewed 12 February 2016

The Vallombrosan church was cause for widespread superstition. In fact all the city and perhaps the entire valley knows that part of the church and the monastery and cloister hearsay women can not linger for the night. Supervening ghosts with vallombrosian cassocks to disturb the...More

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Reviewed 30 June 2015

This little chapel is attached to the Monastery Abbey of San Fedele. There is a closed off inner section where the monks come to pray but the public can visit and attend Mass in the outer section. This church was on the road up to...More

Thank Sean Q
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