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The 14th century church was originally based in Murata, together with the adjoining convent, but the Pope granted the moving of the church to the city of San Marino, due to the security reasons. It is the oldest church in the Republic, but its interior...More
Just entering the town this was the first church we came upon. Not impressive from the outside but very nice on the inside. Church is almost 650 years old. There is no fee to enter so we did. I had visited here in 2015 and...More
Found one of my favorite paintings but my photo didn't come out that well. If someone could take a better picture at the museum I would be so happy. The painting isn't famous so I cant find it on the internet. Maybe the church could...More
A good pit-stop out of the heat, sun, and crowds. A lovely old church and museum that would have a lot more to see once the interior restorations are completed. Still, worth a pause while wandering the streets of San Marino