Tempietto del Clitunno

Tempietto del Clitunno, Campello sul Clitunno

Tempietto del Clitunno
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Roberto-Battista
Sellano, Italy28 contributions
A curious patchwork of architectural elements from various ages, including Roman elements
Oct 2019
At the side of a main road this curiosity is worth a visit, many architectural elements from different ages were repeatedly reassembled to form a Roman-looking temple, which indeed includes various elements of Roman era.
Written 18 November 2019
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giorgiocannella
Rome, Italy812 contributions
A classical/Lombard church unique in the world.
Nov 2018 • Friends
In the eighth century after Christ, Lombard era craftsmen built a Christian church with the forms of the classical temple.
They used authentic Roman material and added identical material made by them.
The result is a church with frescoes unique in the world.
Written 5 December 2018
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Kikka1931
Italy257 contributions
If you have a lot of time and money on your hands....
Jul 2018 • Family
We have been coming in Umbria for a few years and I can definitely say this is the first time we don't have the guts to recommend a place we have been to.

The reason is simple: there are sooooo many great places around that this one is not really worth the time and the effort. You can find heaps of great temples around and great guides that will explain the history and the architecture behind it. Here you would spend time to get here to see a small - nice, don't take me wrong, but still many others around - temple with no guide (10 minutes max to finish the whole thing) for 3 euros.

Chances are that is worth it only if you are a local and you have seen it all......
Written 30 July 2018
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Phil O
Bolton, UK1,849 contributions
An old Roman Temple of Caligula
Jun 2018 • Couples
A little Roman temple that Caligula frequented because of the nearby spring waters , there is not a lot to see at the moment as they are renovating the inside of the temple . It should be lovely when it is all finished though. Still worth the trip.
Written 6 July 2018
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Emidio G
Salvador, BA40 contributions
Relaxing stopover.
Sep 2016 • Family
This pretty and tiny roman temple turned in paleochristian chapel in Via Flaminia, sample of longobard art in Umbria, deserves visit, along with the Fontane del Clitunno, few meters away, Both, tempietto and fontane, preserve an atmosphere of peace and tranquility that you will appreciate for a relaxing stopover.
Written 19 December 2016
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Eleanor M
Benalla, Australia362 contributions
A very long walk for very little
Sep 2016 • Couples
At the Fonti del Clitumno they told us it was an easy one kilometre walk to the tempietto so off we went. It was further than 1 kn, the signs were poor and we had to ask a policeman, and when we got there the place looked closed. The people before us (in a car) just looked through the fence and left. We discovered that it was open but there was a fairly steep entrance fee for this UNESCO site. It is a tiny building so we opted not to pay the entry and had to walk all the way back to the Fonti to collect the car.
Written 8 October 2016
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