7 Sights in Benevento, Italy (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Benevento, 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 7 sights are available in Benevento, Italy.

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1. Cripta di San Marco dei Sabariani

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Cripta di San Marco dei Sabariani Camillo Fragnito from Benevento, Italia / CC BY-SA 2.0

The San Marco dei Sabariani Church is a medieval church in Benevento, sponsored by the Sabariani family, and honors San Marco of Eca, who may have preserved his relics. The building, which occupies part of what is now Salvatore Sabariani Square, was destroyed in the 1688 Sannio earthquake. It also retains a crypt containing important murals of the Benevento school, dating back to or immediately after the Lombardy era; It was discovered in 2007 and is now abandoned and in danger of serious deterioration.

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2. Chiesa di San Francesco

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The church and the convent of San Francesco d'Assisi are located in Piazza Dogana in the historic center of Benevento. According to tradition, the settlement of a Franciscan community in Benevento followed upon arrival in the city of Francesco d'Assisi himself. The conventual complex, although remodeled, is one of the main expressions of Gothic architecture in Benevento.

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3. Cattedrale di Sancta Maria de Episcopio

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Benevento Cathedral is a church in Benevento, southern Italy. The cathedral is the seat of the Archbishops of Benevento. It dates from the Lombard foundation of the Duchy of Benevento, in the late 8th century, but after its destruction during Allied bombings in the course of World War II, it was largely rebuilt in the 1960s.

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4. Chiesa di Santa Maria della Verità

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The church of Santa Maria della Verità is located in the city of Benevento in Piazza Caio Ponzio Telesino, in the Triggio district. It is built on the ruins of the Roman theater of Benevento. He was called, and someone still calls it today, a new parish.

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5. Teatro Romano

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The Roman Theatre is an ancient Roman edifice in Benevento, southern Italy. It was built in the 2nd century by emperor Hadrian near the city's cardo maximus. Abandoned in Lombard times, it is now surrounded by the medieval Rione (district) Triggio.

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6. Chiesa di San Domenico

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The church of San Domenico is a Baroque church of Benevento; It is located in Piazza Guerrazzi. There is an attached convent, now home to the rectorate of the University of Sannio. Its garden hosts Mimmo Paladino's Hortus Conclusus.

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7. Chiesa di Santa Sofia

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Santa Sofia is a Roman Catholic church in the town of Benevento, in the region of Campania, in southern Italy; founded in the late-8th century, it retains many elements of its original Lombard architecture.

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