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La chiesa della Madonna degli Alpini, Santa Maria della Neve, a Boario Terme

La chiesa della Madonna degli Alpini, Santa Maria della Neve, a Boario Terme

Il Capitolium proroga lapertura e si arricchisce di nuove versioni dellambiente multimediale. I portali di bronzo del Capitolium rimarranno aperti anche dopo il 30 giugno, per tutto il periodo estivo e non solo, per tutto il 2013! 	Pi tempo quindi a disposizione per cittadini, famiglie e turisti per visitare lantico tempio, che a partire dal 1 luglio seguir i seguenti orari di apertura:

Il Capitolium proroga lapertura e si arricchisce di nuove versioni dellambiente multimediale. I portali di bronzo del Capitolium rimarranno aperti anche dopo il 30 giugno, per tutto il periodo estivo e non solo, per tutto il 2013! Pi tempo quindi a disposizione per cittadini, famiglie e turisti per visitare lantico tempio, che a partire dal 1 luglio seguir i seguenti orari di apertura:

Quando una chiesa può dirsi sconsacrata? Basta osservare alcuni dettagli, come nella chiesa dei Santi Faustino e Giovita a Ceto, in #Vallecamonica

Quando una chiesa può dirsi sconsacrata? Basta osservare alcuni dettagli, come nella chiesa dei Santi Faustino e Giovita a Ceto, in #Vallecamonica

CHURCH OF SAN ZENO AL FORO The church, re-built in the 18th century (c.1745), is preceded by a small churchyard enclosed by a wrought-iron railings with marble pilasters surmounted by cherubs and pairs of entwined dolphins. Inside the church, four paintings by Antonio Paglia along the sides of the nave (1741). A delicate wrought-iron balustrade seems to embrace the high altar on which stands an artistic tabernacle set..

CHURCH OF SAN ZENO AL FORO The church, re-built in the 18th century (c.1745), is preceded by a small churchyard enclosed by a wrought-iron railings with marble pilasters surmounted by cherubs and pairs of entwined dolphins. Inside the church, four paintings by Antonio Paglia along the sides of the nave (1741). A delicate wrought-iron balustrade seems to embrace the high altar on which stands an artistic tabernacle set..

Museo di Santa Giulia - Chiostro di San Salvatore (Brescia)

Museo di Santa Giulia - Chiostro di San Salvatore (Brescia)

Piazza della Loggia venne progettata in piena epoca rinascimentale, e verso la fine del XV secolo si cominciò la costruzione vera e propria. 	La piazza divenne subito il cuore pulsante della città sia per la sua posizione, sia per la presenza della Loggia che venne anch'essa ultimata nel 1574, sotto la direzione di Filippino de' Grassi, che diventerà sede della vita amministrativa cittadina negli anni. 	Tutto intorno alla piazza si trovano edifici cinquecenteschi in chiaro stile veneziano…

Piazza della Loggia venne progettata in piena epoca rinascimentale, e verso la fine del XV secolo si cominciò la costruzione vera e propria. La piazza divenne subito il cuore pulsante della città sia per la sua posizione, sia per la presenza della Loggia che venne anch'essa ultimata nel 1574, sotto la direzione di Filippino de' Grassi, che diventerà sede della vita amministrativa cittadina negli anni. Tutto intorno alla piazza si trovano edifici cinquecenteschi in chiaro stile veneziano…

CHURCH OF SANT'ANGELA MERICI This 16th century church was badly damaged during the Second World War. Among the paintings in the church neither the polyptych attributed to Paolo da Cailina the Younger (in the first span on the right), nor the “Christening of Sant'Afra” by Francesco Bassano the Younger (in the second span on the right) and the “Transfiguration” by Jacopo Tintoretto (behind the high altar) should be missed.

CHURCH OF SANT'ANGELA MERICI This 16th century church was badly damaged during the Second World War. Among the paintings in the church neither the polyptych attributed to Paolo da Cailina the Younger (in the first span on the right), nor the “Christening of Sant'Afra” by Francesco Bassano the Younger (in the second span on the right) and the “Transfiguration” by Jacopo Tintoretto (behind the high altar) should be missed.

CHURCH OF SAN FRANCESCO D'ASSISI This is one of the finest examples of convent churches in Italy. Its simple, unadorned style reflects the quietness and serenity typical of Franciscan life. The church, which was finished in 1265, is in late-Romanesque style. The nave is separated from two aisles by ogive arches supported by cylindrical pilasters. The gabled façade has a magnificent rose window in the middle.

CHURCH OF SAN FRANCESCO D'ASSISI This is one of the finest examples of convent churches in Italy. Its simple, unadorned style reflects the quietness and serenity typical of Franciscan life. The church, which was finished in 1265, is in late-Romanesque style. The nave is separated from two aisles by ogive arches supported by cylindrical pilasters. The gabled façade has a magnificent rose window in the middle.

Santuario delle Grazie, Brescia - The structure was elevated in 1963 and designed by Lodovico Barcella from Chiari. The church has a simple façade with a lovely fifteenth century richly sculpted entrance porch that comes trom the demolished church of the Jerome monks of Borgo Pile. The wooden door was carved by Filippo Morari (1490). It has frescoes by famous artists such as Grazio Cossali, Francesco Giugno, Antonio and Bernardino Gandini, Pietro Marone, Tiburzio Baldini and Palma the…

Santuario delle Grazie, Brescia - The structure was elevated in 1963 and designed by Lodovico Barcella from Chiari. The church has a simple façade with a lovely fifteenth century richly sculpted entrance porch that comes trom the demolished church of the Jerome monks of Borgo Pile. The wooden door was carved by Filippo Morari (1490). It has frescoes by famous artists such as Grazio Cossali, Francesco Giugno, Antonio and Bernardino Gandini, Pietro Marone, Tiburzio Baldini and Palma the…

CHURCH OF SAN GIORGIO is one of the better preserved and at the same time lesser known Romanesque churches in Brescia, standing well hidden behind the spectacular 16th century façade that acts as background to Piazza San Giorgio. It stands on the steep Cidneo slope, just outside Porta Bruciata, next to the Roman walls that climb towards the castle. The building works carried out during the Baroque period did not change the dimensions of the three-aisled church

CHURCH OF SAN GIORGIO is one of the better preserved and at the same time lesser known Romanesque churches in Brescia, standing well hidden behind the spectacular 16th century façade that acts as background to Piazza San Giorgio. It stands on the steep Cidneo slope, just outside Porta Bruciata, next to the Roman walls that climb towards the castle. The building works carried out during the Baroque period did not change the dimensions of the three-aisled church

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