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Chiesa di Sant'Andrea e Bartolomeo

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Historic Peaceful Church

Founded in the 6th century over the ruins of an Etruscan Temple. It was then rebuilt in the 11th... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2018
Phil570
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Bolton, United Kingdom
Interesting Mixof Architecture

Very simple church that likely gets missed by most tourists. Stunning barrel vaults. The remaining... read more

Reviewed 23 March 2018
lovetotravelgreeley
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Fort Collins, Colorado
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This inscription is carved on a fragment of an arc of, perhaps, ciborium of early Christian basilica and is one of extraordinary artifacts visible in the basement of the church. The frieze is located in the space of the apse and the text of the...more
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Piazza della Repubblica, 05018, Orvieto, Italy
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Reviewed 12 June 2018

Founded in the 6th century over the ruins of an Etruscan Temple. It was then rebuilt in the 11th - 12th century. The interior dedicated to St Andrew is basilica type with a nave and two aisles. There is a crypt where they have uncovered...More

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Reviewed 23 March 2018

Very simple church that likely gets missed by most tourists. Stunning barrel vaults. The remaining frescoes are still bright. Would likely be cold even on a hot sunny day.

Thank lovetotravelgreeley
Reviewed 30 January 2018

t is an old church in the center square of the city. There is a sacred atmosphere in the interior. Tourists do not seem to have visited so much.

Thank possoprovare
Reviewed 1 December 2017

A fascinating historic church. A special church with a rich history. In this mystical and evocative atmosphere, we can discover testimonies of every age. It is rich with many beautiful frescoes. The real discovery is beneath the floor of the church, the beautiful square of...More

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Reviewed 23 October 2017

Interesting church but lacking the artwork and interesting features of other churches in Orvieto. Worth seeing if you have time.

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Reviewed 21 October 2017

This church sits on top of a Etruscan temple which is said to be the birthplace of Orvieto before Christ. The area was destroyed by the Romans and later this church built

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Reviewed 2 October 2017

Next to the town hall is this church with a beautiful cascade and it's 12 sided tower. In the basement are what remains of ancient Etruscan and Roman buildings and an early Christian church. This is very interesting, but only seen by a private tour....More

Thank Steve S
Reviewed 24 September 2017

While the church is not elaborate, it is still an interesting visit. The bell tower is somewhat unique. We enjoy church visits and this one was plain and simple but a good visit none the less.

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Reviewed 31 July 2017

You will probably pass this church if you walk down the Corso Cavour, it's near the center of town. The church is beautiful and historic but even better is the tour of the extensive ancient remains beneath the church, conducted by an English-speaking Italian archeologist....More

Thank CaliforniaBernadette
Reviewed 16 April 2017

Another church in Italy. The tower is what I liked most with its unusual 12 sided shape. The outside is rather plain but nice. It is a good example of medieval architecture. The inside is also rather plain but it does have some nice frescoes.

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