5 Sights in Angri, Italy (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Angri, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Angri, Italy.

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1. Cappella dei Santi Cosma e Damiano

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The chapel of Saints Cosma and Damiano is located in the oldest part of the historic center of the city of Angri. It is also known with the name of Cappella Pisacane, from the name of their first owners and founders, but also with the name of the chapel of Montevergine, from the name of the altarpiece present inside and depicting the Madonna di Montevergine. Of medieval origins, it stands incorporated into an ancient building dating back to the eighteenth century, accessible from the ground floor of the building, in the oldest road of the city, in the middle of the middle, more precisely in the east crossbar called via dell'Angelo.

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2. Collegiata di San Giovanni Battista

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The collegiate church of San Giovanni Battista is the mother church of the city of Angri, a municipality in the province of Salerno, located in the homonymous square and in the adjacencies of the Doria Castle of Angri. The wooden statue of San Giovanni Battista and the silver bust of the same saint are kept inside, which have been the subject of veneration by the Angrese population for many centuries. In some places placed in the south of the Collegiate, some faithful Angrese created two centuries after the foundation of the church a brotherhood named after Santa Margherita di Antiochia, still existing and active.

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3. Chiesa di San Benedetto da Norcia

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The church of San Benedetto da Norcia is a Catholic religious building located in the municipality of Angri, in the province of Salerno. It is the first and oldest church of the city and is currently located within a private courtyard, created in the second half of the twentieth century. Also in the second half of the twentieth century, the church was partially annexed to a private home then converted into warehouse and subsequently, a part of this building was used as a nursery, on the road where the church is located.

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4. Cappella di San Giuda Taddeo apostolo

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The chapel of San Giuda Taddeo Apostolo, also called in ancient times before with the name of Chapel of Purgatory and subsequently with that of Chapel De Angelis, for the fact that this ancient noble family Angrese, owned the property also renamed with its name It is a place of Catholic worship that is located on the ground floor of the current Palazzo de 'Sabatino, in Angri.

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5. Monumento ai caduti

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The monument to the fallen of Angri is a public monument located in Piazza Doria, in the center of the town of Angri, dedicated to the fallen of the first and the Second World War; Allegory of the sacrifice of the soldier for the homeland.

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