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Eremo di Camaldoli

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Eremo di Camaldoli

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Marche walking holiday between Mounts and sea
US$832.46 per adult
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Patricia G wrote a review Oct 2019
Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom161 contributions76 helpful votes
This church is beautiful. It has a Della Robbia too. Stunning ceilings. Amazing! The tour round is very informative and worthwhile.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Bret Thoman wrote a review Oct 2018
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Go during summer months where there is a guide who will take you through the complex and show you around. Visit cell of St. Romuland and Baroque-era church. Consider that the order just celebrated 900 years of existence.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Nikolina M wrote a review Jun 2017
Thessaloniki, Greece32 contributions8 helpful votes
A beautiful hermitage in a beautiful setting. Nature lovers will love the area. We were there in time for the evening prayer and it was a unique experience (if you 're not a Catholic).
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Date of experience: April 2017
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FLAVIO V wrote a review Mar 2017
Gallarate, Italy34 contributions16 helpful votes
Nice place, but before going to Camaldoli we spent a night at Convento de La Verna, that is really spititual. Nothing is at the same level.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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John K wrote a review Jun 2016
Boston, Massachusetts106 contributions75 helpful votes
There is a ring hike that starts on the left side of the monastery and takes you high up to ridge over looking the valleys of the Casentini. The beginning is in a rough cut where the spring melt has washed way the soil, and is a stiff up hill through towering pines. Farther up you reach a ridge and the forest becomes mostly beech. Great views. The trail is well marked, but you should have a map. Small free ones are available in one of the bars in Camaldoli. No one on the trails. Your mind wanders to thoughts of those who walked these paths in days gone by. Quiet. It was cool in early June, and smoke was coming from some of the little buildings in the monastery as we picked our way down. There are signs reminding everyone to keep silence. A path not taken....
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Date of experience: June 2016
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