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Chiesa di Sant'Antonio dei Cappuccini, Martina Franca

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Chiesa di Sant'Antonio dei Cappuccini reviews

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  • This is another church with no specific superior features to other churches. There many other larger and more beautiful churches to visit. 
    This is another church with no specific superior features to other churches. There many other larger and more beautiful churches to visit.  more »
  • This little modest church with rich interior is located 1,6 km north of the city. It can be reached by Via Cappuccini or Strada Provinciale 119. Don't confused it with the church Sant'Antonio that... 
    This little modest church with rich interior is located 1,6 km north of the city. It can be reached by Via Cappuccini or Strada Provinciale 119. Don't confused it with the church Sant'Antonio that...  more »
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  • A church to admire: large imposing wooden altars of excellent workmanship well preserved enrich the interiors, in the first on the left entering a fresco, found in the crypt, offers a magnificent example of Byzantine art. The crypt is accessible from the adjoining convent. It is worth a detour if you pass nearby, a trip if you are passionate.
  • Beautiful place
  • Classical church with Nasturtium Art of 5-600, although the Church is much older. Wooden altars with beautiful carvings, classical, indeed, of the Capuchin church. For many years, she administered by the Somaschi St. Jerome Emiliani. This church has a feature that few people know (and that the Fathers present there do not tell) was the church / convent novitiate of St. Joseph of Cupertino, great Franciscan saint. Inside the monastery there is also his cell. The cloister was "raped" over the years .. Go there and especially targeted the ancient crucifix in the first chapel on the right .... an absolute wonder!
  • A church with ancient origins that gives off vivid suggestions, administered by the Capuchin friars. The main altar and the side altars made by master cabinet-makers with a work of inlay that leaves one amazed.
  • Beautiful place of prayer. Ancient and well-kept and well-kept church.

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