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This is a massive structure of simple design and an incredibly peaceful place that is inspirational and built on the site of a Roman temple Located on a bluff overlooking the Adriatic, it's surrounded by working olive orchards that produce fantastic olive oil.
Sited on a hill near Fossacesia, the wonderful abbey of Saint John in Venere is a holy site of art, peace and pray. The Passionist Friars hold now this olace and so you can hear the mass told by them. Despite the spiritual side, the...More
A masterpiece of medieval architecture, situated on a hillside overlooking the Adriatic sea, at Fossacesia, Abruzzi.
The Abbey of San Giovanni in Venere and the adjacent monastery are placed on a promontory with nreathtaking views. They were originally built, in the VI century, on a...More
The church is is build in a very nice location and looks nice from the outside, but unfortunately is not very special from the inside. It's worth driving past or having a quick visit if you don't have e other things to do, but don't...More
Where else does one find an 11th-century abbey on a promontory overlooking vineyards, profuse orchards, and the sea? Plan to take your time. Frescoes in the basement are hard to beat but few folks venture there. As a guide, the official website is: www.sangiovanninvenere.it/ ....More