Abazia di Santo Spirito

Abazia di Santo Spirito ulasan, Caltanissetta

Abazia di Santo Spirito
4.5
Tempat Menarik & Tengara
Selengkapnya

4.5
82 ulasan
Luar biasa
63
Sangat bagus
17
Biasa
2
Buruk
0
Sangat buruk
0

Des 2019 • Teman
In Caltanissetta, in the middle of Sicily Island, but not too far from the blue sea, has a lot of attractions. In this abbey the monks produced a serum.... Become the legendary Amaro Averna.
Ditulis pada 11 Desember 2019
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Jul 2019 • Keluarga
Out of the city of Caltanissetta, the "Santo Spirito" Abbey Is anche ancient country Church.
In the same zone you could visit the archeological Museum
Ditulis pada 7 Juli 2019
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Carrie P
Greater London, UK255 kontribusi
Mei 2016 • Sendiri
This is a wonderful privilege to experience as one of the oldest churches in central Sicily dating back to the time of Count Roger who eventually conquered the whole of Sicily as the invading Normans (same wider family!) a few years after the fall of King Harold at Hastings. The construction is solid built of rough hewn stone in simple planimetry, which has a rectangular shape to the nave and characterized by a corner tower in the style of an apse.
The Abbey began life as a fortified farmhouse, and its rustic no-nonsense, no airs and graces build remains although transformed in 1092 into a place of worship for the evangelization of Muslims as the Norman invasion took hold and the Arab settlers were brought into alignment with the 'will of Christendom' though religious freedom held under the reign of Roger II.
The interior is very simple with some wonderful late fourteenth Century frescoes, of the ascended Christ giving his Blessing on the congregation as they enter the Abbey Church. There is a large stone font, a crucifix which is dated from the fifteenth century, with frescoes including the study of St. Augustine and the Mass of St. Gregory. There is plenty of parking but you do need a car to access this. Whilst here drop next door to the Archaeological Museum which is also a treat - and very under-visited. Two absolute gems in one.
Ditulis pada 19 Juni 2018
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Pavlos P
Athena, Yunani16 kontribusi
Jun 2017 • Teman
Very interesting churches with old Byzantine icons and candle sculptures. It is very well restored. In a very easy pre-traffic with a motorway and with easy parking.
Ditulis pada 26 Juni 2017
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Carrie P
Greater London, UK255 kontribusi
Mei 2016
This is a wonderful privilege to experience as one of the oldest churches in central Sicily dating back to the time of Count Roger who eventually conquered the whole of Sicily as the invading Normans (same wider family!) a few years after the fall of King Harold at Hastings.This is a wonderful privilege to experience as one of the oldest churches in central Sicily dating back to the time of Count Roger who eventually conquered the whole of Sicily as the invading Normans (same wider family!) a few years after the fall of King Harold at Hastings. The construction is solid built of rough hewn stone in simple planimetry, which has a rectangular shape to the nave and characterized by a corner tower in the style of an apse.
The Abbey began life as a fortified farmhouse, and its rustic no-nonsense, no airs and graces build remains although transformed in 1092 into a place of worship for the evangelization of Muslims as the Norman invasion took hold and the Arab settlers were brought into alignment with the 'will of Christendom' though religious freedom held under the reign of Roger II.
The interior is very simple with some wonderful late fourteenth Century frescoes, of the ascended Christ giving his Blessing on the congregation as they enter the Abbey Church. There is a large stone font, a crucifix which is dated from the fifteenth century, with frescoes including the study of St. Augustine and the Mass of St. Gregory. There is plenty of parking but you do need a car to access this. Whilst here drop next door to the Archaeological Museum which is also a treat - and very under-visited. Two absolute gems in one.
The Abbey began life as a fortified farmhouse, and its rustic no-nonsense, no airs and graces build remains although transformed in 1092 into a place of worship for the evangelization of Muslims as the Norman invasion took hold and the Arab settlers were brought into alignment with the 'will of Christendom' though religious freedom held under the reign of Roger II.
The interior is very simple with some wonderful late fourteenth Century frescoes, of the ascended Christ giving his Blessing on the congregation as they enter the Abbey Church. There is a large stone font, a crucifix which is dated from the fifteenth century, with frescoes including the study of St. Augustine and the Mass of St. Gregory. There is plenty of parking but you do need a car to access this. Whilst here drop next door to the Archaeological Museum which is also a treat - and very under-visited. Two absolute gems in one.
Ditulis pada 20 Maret 2017
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