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The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio

What to see in Vigoleno, Piacenza

The Romanesque Pieve di San Day of the village of Vigoleno, in Emilia Romagna, built in the XII century, is distinguished Romanesque architecture of the most representative of the Piacentine territory. Thanks to the restoration of 1963, presents itself today with its original aspect, austere and imposing. The interior has three naves emphasized by mighty pillars with capitals sculpted, preserves fragments of frescoes of the XV century Also coeval frescoes on the apse
with San Giorgio and of the apse with the coronation of the Virgin Mary. The facade is embellished by a portal sculpted with the lunette depicting the Saint Patron that defeats the dragon, bas-relief of the Antelamica school.

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The Oratory of the Madonna delle Grazie
The Oratory of the Madonna delle Grazie
The Oratory of the Madonna delle Grazie is an elegant building from the beginning of the Seventeenth century the village of Vigoleno, in Emilia Romagna.
Via Libertà, Castello di Vigoleno, Vernasca (PC)
0.04 Kilometers from The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio
Museum of the Donjon
Museum of the Donjon
the Donjon was the extreme defense of the fortress of Vigoleno, in Emilia Romagna.
Via Libertà, Castello di Vigoleno, Vernasca (PC)
0.05 Kilometers from The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio
Museum of the Orsanti
Museum of the Orsanti
Museum of the Orsanti del borgo of Vigoleno, in Emilia Romagna, collects testimonies of the life of the Orsanti
Via Libertà, Castello di Vigoleno, Vernasca (PC)
0.07 Kilometers from The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio
Visconti Fortress
Visconti Fortress
Built on the initiative of the city of Piacenza in 1342, the Visconti's Fortress of Castell'Arquato was reinforced and completed by Luchino Visconti in 1347.
Piazza Municipio, Castell\'Arquato (PC)
4.63 Kilometers from The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio
The collegiate church of Santa Maria Assunta
The collegiate church of Santa Maria Assunta
The current Collegiate Church of Santa Maria Assunta of Castell'Arquato was finished in 1122.
Piazza don Enrico Cagnoni, Castell\'Arquato (PC)
4.68 Kilometers from The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio
G.Cortesi Geological Museum
G.Cortesi Geological Museum
Known internationally, the G.Cortesi Geological Museum of Castell'Arquato collects different collections that allow to follow the evolutionary history of the basin of the Po Valley.
Via Sforza Caolzio, 57, Castell\'Arquato (PC)
4.69 Kilometers from The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio
Luigi Illica Museum
Luigi Illica Museum
Luigi Illica, born in Castell'Arquato, was one of the exponents of the "Scapigliatura Milanese", as well as one of the main librettists of the epoch after Verdi. He worked for Giacomo Puccini, Alfredo Catalani, Umberto Giordano and Pietro Mascagni.
Scalinata Della Riva, 47, Castell\'Arquato (PC)
4.75 Kilometers from The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio
Rocca Sanvitale
Rocca Sanvitale
The Rocca Sanvitale, also known as Fontanellato Castle, is a manor house from the medieval entirely surrounded by a moat full of water of resurgence.
Piazza Matteotti, 1, Fontanellato (PR)
22.63 Kilometers from The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio
The Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin of the Holy Rosary
The Sanctuary of the Blessed Virgin of the Holy Rosary
Already in 1628 it was associated with the Madonna di Fontanellato the first miracle; the subsequent plague of 1630 regarded the village of Fontanellato only marginally, increasing among the faithful the supernatural fame of Our Lady of the Rosary.
Via IV Novembre, 19, Fontanellato (PR)
22.84 Kilometers from The Romanesque Pieve di San Giorgio

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