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Basilica di San Clemente in Santa Maria dei Servi

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2 weeks ago
“Long stay in Mexico City/Santa Fe”
19 Jul 2017
“Interesting..... somewhat disturbing”
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The Renaissance interior of this Basilica is beautiful, but some of its chilling displays of dead religious notables may give you nightmares, including a shrouded skeleton with a wax head and a mummified body.
Suggested duration: < 1 hour
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Piazza Alessandro Manzoni 5, 53100, Siena, Italy
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+39 0577 222633
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I stayed in Santa Fe and worked out of Toluca (the state city). the drive back and forth was a short 30 mins. staying at the Hyatt instead of toluca was a real benefit. I slept very well each night at the Hyatt and it...More

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Reviewed 20 July 2017

Not being a Catholic, I have little understanding of the need for relics; however, I do respect their beliefs. Yet this church for some reason housed several bodies of dead people-- Saints? I'm not certain about the one under the white sheets, however, as seen...More

Thank ProfessorOnzaga
Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

We saw this beautiful church initially from the beautiful villa Bidini gardens and later walked down to see it close up. It Is one of the icon buildings in the city well worth seeing

Thank Sue L
Reviewed 6 June 2017

The brick facade of the basilica is unfinished (though the attached brick bell tower is finished). There is a great view of Siena from the basilica steps. The interior has lots of frescoes and paintings. There's a sign board with an description in English.

Thank Ron S
Reviewed 22 May 2017

The basilica has a simple beauty, and serene atmosphere. The art inside will not knock your socks off, but the interior space itself is very beautiful. If you are a fan of sacred architecture, or if you just love all things Italian, don't miss this...More

Thank bouvmom
Reviewed 29 July 2016

A church open for prayer so off the tourist track. Very peaceful and quiet. Great views of the Siena Cathedral and the Palazzo Publico from in front of the Church.

Thank John B
Reviewed 23 February 2016

Don't miss the Lorenzetti fresco painting on the right-hand side chapel, and above all don't miss the view from the front steps looking back at the city skyline of Siena!

Thank Lisa N
Reviewed 19 January 2016

The Basilica of Santa Mari dei Servi is, I see on the web, rarely noted among the more splendid churches of the Servite Order. We were wandering Siena, out for a long walk last fall and came across this large but othewise unimposing structure. A...More

Thank Jim H
Reviewed 5 December 2015

Nowhere near as famous or frequented as the famous Duomo of Sienna, but beautiful in its own right with some great frescoes and paintings within. Also a great vantage point to look over the city,

Thank weeblepimkin
Reviewed 15 September 2015

i was hesitant to go here but we had a pass to go to this and four other places so i used it, it was the last thing i did though. its hard to dislike anything about churches or religion directed buildings for there was...More

Thank tigerfirelily
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