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It is at Casauria, just pull off the road and walk a metre or so to the abbey. One is transported to another world. A small abbey with a calm interior. There is also a museum where everything is described in both Italian and English...More
I was really impressed. A warm feeling inside cold walls. Marvellous. Everything stood there. A museum free entrance to add additional information to this charming church. No painting on the walls to add charm, it didn't need it. It had more. A place to get...More
Wondering around the beautiful abbey church was a great experience. Remembering that over the years people have worshipped here. It holds a treasure .... The reliquary of Saint Clement who was one of the early apostolic fathers, Bishop of Rome AD 88-99.
it's impressive! we heard about it and stopped by during our stay in abruzzo. it's worth a visit!
dating back in the middle age (871 according to Chronicon Casauriense), it is very well preserved and still used today.. (luckily we arrived an hour before a...More
We don't live far from this wonderful Abbey but it's the first time we visited it. We were not disappointed, just sorry we had waited so long! Over and around the bronze door there are lovely historical sculptures. Go down to the crypt, it's really...More
We visited this Abbey with a friend. It is a majestic building and very tranquil. There are gardens to wander around, though not big, and a museum. It is only open in the mornings so timing of your visit is essential. I would certainly put...More