Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta
Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta
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claudio d
Viterbo, Italia39.346 kontribusi
3,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Apr 2024 • Sendiri
Santa Maria de Cuntaria: this was the original name of this church, which is located in the center of the historic part of the town and which is accessed via a staircase that rises from a corner of the Piazza dell'Orologio, behind the sixteenth-century Clock Tower. The staircase leads to the left side of the church, on which the entrance opens today, surmounted by a roof with a gable supported on the sides by two pilasters, probably added much later to give a minimum of importance to the access, since the church no longer has a facade, as it has been swallowed up by the buildings that have arisen next to it. The church is ancient, from the 12th century, built as a Romanesque building, of which the bell tower remains, as about a century later it was remodeled in Gothic style, and this is what prevails today, despite the Baroque additions. Once inside you find yourself in a single nave, whose spans are characterized by three large pointed arches; other Gothic features are found in the apse, also introduced by an ogee arch and the cross vault, in the mullioned windows on the right wall (equipped with modern artistic glass windows) and in the pointed arches of the entrances to the two side chapels. The nave and presbytery are very austere, with exposed stone walls and no decorations (to the left of the second arch you can see the remains of a fresco), an austerity that not even the two baroque altars on the sides can remedy of the access arch to the apse. The situation of the three large chapels is different, all characterized by baroque elements, more or less abundant. The three chapels open on two sides of the nave, at the beginning, introduced, as already mentioned, by pointed arches; the third is instead located where the counter-façade normally is, therefore it constitutes a sort of extension of the nave on the opposite side of the presbytery, in this case introduced by a large round arch, surmounted by a blind single-lancet window dating back to the Gothic period. In the chapel that opens to the left (of the Blessed Sacrament), characterized by baroque stucco, in addition to some statues of modest thickness, and a few fragments of frescoes, you can see a 13th century trachyte baptismal basin. The chapel on the right (of the Madonna del Carmine) is probably the simplest and least interesting from an artistic point of view: there is a baroque altar in dark wood with twisted columns in the center of which is a crucifix, while on the right is a triptych like those in use in the Middle Ages but certainly of recent manufacture; However, from this chapel you can exit on the right side of the church to have a good look at the Romanesque bell tower. The chapel at the beginning of the nave (of the Santissima Annunziata) is characterized by the monumental baroque altar in gilded wood, also with twisted columns flanking a seventeenth-century canvas of the Annunciation; under the altar is a Dead Christ in polychrome wood from the second half of the nineteenth century. Along the nave there are two elements of particular attention: on the right the trachyte pulpit from the early 17th century and on the opposite side a notable stone baptismal font from the Renaissance period. Finally, of note, on the left wall of the apse compartment, is a tabernacle for holy oils from the 15th century.
Often (or perhaps it is the norm) the entrance on the left side is closed, but you can still enter the church from a small door that opens onto the same landing but on the right and which leads into the chapel of the Holy Sacrament (from this then obviously you enter the nave).
Ditulis pada 12 April 2024
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Francesco Maria Carducci
San Gemini, Italia611 kontribusi
3,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Apr 2024 • Sendiri
The Church of Santa Maria Assunta is located in the center of the medieval village of Piancastagnaio, and constitutes its main attraction,
The church has an access on the side façade, while the interior is characterized by a single nave in Romanesque style.
Worthy of note is the Chapel of the Blessed Sacrament, in baroque style, as well as a beautiful immersion baptismal font from the 15th - 16th century.
On the right and left of the nave there are two splendid chapels decorated with seventeenth-century frescoes, attributed to Francesco Nasini.
Recommended visit.
Ditulis pada 6 April 2024
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riccardo b
Livorno, Italia3.049 kontribusi
4,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Agu 2023 • Teman
While wandering around this beautiful village, we encountered and visited this church which I believe is the main place of worship in the town. It is accessed by a staircase, it is in Romanesque style with a single nave interior, and has three large chapels where they find important sculptural and pictorial works. Certainly interesting.
Ditulis pada 19 Desember 2023
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Florence, Italia13.084 kontribusi
3,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Okt 2021
La Chiesa, probabilmente originaria della fine del dodicesimo secolo, si trova, letteralmente, addossata alle dimore circostanti e, la penuria di spazi, è testimoniata dalla mancanza della facciata e dal fatto che l’ingresso si trova, dopo una ripida scalinata sul fianco destro della chiesa stessa.

Ad unica navata, a sinistra della porta di ingresso è collocato l’altare maggiore (con crocifisso ligneo di foggia moderna) ai cui lati due cappelline.
Interessanti la fonte battesimale in pietra, di origine rinascimentale, e, posto di fronte, il pulpito (anch’esso in pietra) decorato

Di fronte all’altare maggiore, la cappella dell’Annunziata con grande altare ligneo e tele di anonimo raffigurante l’Annunciazione.
Ditulis pada 29 Oktober 2021
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Roma, Italia1.038 kontribusi
5,0 dari 5 lingkaran
Mei 2021
La Pieve di Santa Maria Assunta si trova nel centro storico di Piancastagnaio. In origine fu chiamata Santa Maria de Cuntaria, e venne edificata tra lo stile gotico e barocco, è documentata sin dal 1188 e fu consacrata alla Madonna dell’Assunta; alla chiesa, priva di facciata, con copertura a capriate, finestre monofore e bifore e campanile romanico merlato, si accede al termine di una lunga scalinata posta sul fianco sinistro della stessa. L’interno della Pieve è a una sola navata con tre grandi Cappelle, addossate alle pareti laterali.
Ditulis pada 14 Juni 2021
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