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746-92348 - Via Cardinale Raffaele Merry del Val street, Christmas illuminations, Video Mapping of Giotto's Frescoes in the Facade of the Basilica of San Francesco church, Assisi, Umbria, Italy, Europe
746-92349 - Via Cardinale Raffaele Merry del Val street, Christmas illuminations, Video Mapping of Giotto's Frescoes in the Facade of the Basilica of San Francesco church, Assisi, Umbria, Italy, Europe
746-92232 - The Lazzaretto place where Santa Rita da Cascia assisted the sick, The frescoes of the place date back to the sixteenth century, Roccaporena, Cascia, Umbria, Italy, Europe
832-395974 - Medieval frescoes from the school of Friedrich Pacher, replica of a Romanesque crucifix, castle chapel, Taufers Castle, Sand in Taufers (Campo Tures), Ahrntal, Valle Aurina, Pustertal, Valle Pusteria, Central Alps, Zillertal Alps, Main Alpine Ridge, South Tyrol, Alto Adige, Italy, Europe
746-90336 - The origin of the Pomposa Abbey dates back to the 6th-7th centuries as a Benedictine settlement on the Insula Pomposia, a wooded island surrounded by two branches of the river and protected by the sea. After the year 1000 it became a thriving monastic center. Ravenna, Emilia Romagna, Italy
746-90484 - The parish church of San Maurizio, unusual architecture with two apses, decorated with three successive campaigns of frescoes between 1050 and 1486. Roccaforte, Ligurian Alps, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy, Europe
746-90588 - San Michele Arcangelo and San Eligio Bishop in the frescoes of the 13th-15th century. in the rock church of San NicolÚ, city of Modica, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy, Europe; UNESCO World Heritage Site
746-90485 - The parish church of San Maurizio, unusual architecture with two apses, decorated with three successive campaigns of frescoes between 1050 and 1486. Roccaforte, Ligurian Alps, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy, Europe
746-90482 - The parish church of San Maurizio, unusual architecture with two apses, decorated with three successive campaigns of frescoes between 1050 and 1486. Roccaforte, Ligurian Alps, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy, Europe
746-90483 - The parish church of San Maurizio, unusual architecture with two apses, decorated with three successive campaigns of frescoes between 1050 and 1486. Roccaforte, Ligurian Alps, Cuneo, Piedmont, Italy, Europe
746-90520 - The church of San Martino was built in 1006. In 1884, restoration work gave it its current neo-Gothic appearance. Inside there are fifteenth-century frescoes depicting S. Caterina, the Madonna and S. Giovanni Battista. Palestro, Pavia, Lombardy, Italy, Europe
746-90587 - Madonna with child in the frescoes of the XIII-XV century. in the rock church of San NicolÚ, city of Modica, Ragusa, Sicily, Italy, Europe; UNESCO World Heritage Site
746-90519 - The church of San Martino was built in 1006. In 1884, restoration work gave it its current neo-Gothic appearance. Inside there are fifteenth-century frescoes depicting S. Caterina, the Madonna and S. Giovanni Battista. Palestro, Pavia, Lombardy, Italy, Europe
746-90337 - The origin of the Pomposa Abbey dates back to the 6th-7th centuries as a Benedictine settlement on the Insula Pomposia, a wooded island surrounded by two branches of the river and protected by the sea. After the year 1000 it became a thriving monastic center. Ravenna, Emilia Romagna, Italy
746-90338 - The origin of the Pomposa Abbey dates back to the 6th-7th centuries as a Benedictine settlement on the Insula Pomposia, a wooded island surrounded by two branches of the river and protected by the sea. After the year 1000 it became a thriving monastic center. Ravenna, Emilia Romagna, Italy