11 Sights in Camogli, Italy (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Camogli, 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 11 sights are available in Camogli, Italy.

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1. Castello di Punta Pagana

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The Castello di Punta Pagana is a 17th-century fort located on the homonymous Punta Pagana, within the grounds of Villa Pagana in Rapallo, within the Metropolitan City of Genoa in Italy. It is located west of San Michele di Pagana, close to the boundary with Santa Margherita Ligure. The fort was originally built by the Republic of Genoa, and today it belongs to the Sovereign Military Order of Malta along with the rest of the villa.

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2. Santuario di Nostra Signora del Carmine

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Santuario di Nostra Signora del Carmine Davide Papalini / CC BY-SA 3.0

The sanctuary of Our Lady of Carmine - formerly parish church of Santa Maria Assunta - is a Catholic place of worship located in the hamlet of Nozarego, in via Marinai d'Italia, in the municipality of Santa Margherita Ligure in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is home to the parish of Santa Maria Assunta of the Vicariate of Rapallo-San Margherita Ligure of the diocese of Chiavari.

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3. Santuario di Nostra Signora della Lettera

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The church of San Giacomo di Corte - as well as sanctuary of Our Lady of the letter - is a Catholic place of worship located in the Corte neighborhood, in via San Francesco d'Assisi, in the municipality of Santa Margherita Ligure in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is home to the parish of San Giacomo of the Vicariate of Rapallo-San Margherita Ligure of the diocese of Chiavari.

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4. Santuario di Nostra Signora della Rosa

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The Basilica of Santa Margherita Virgin and Martyr - and Sanctuary of Our Lady of the Rosa - is a Catholic place of worship located in the municipality of Santa Margherita Ligure, in Piazza Caprera, in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is home to the parish of Santa Margherita d'Antoch of the Vicariate of Rapallo-San Margherita Ligure of the diocese of Chiavari.

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5. dormitorio

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dormitorio Riotforlife / CC BY-SA 3.0

Punta Chiappa Fort, a defensive complex of the Royal Italian Army's 202nd Coastal Fort, was built in the late 1930s on the west side of the Portofino Peninsula and was envisaged as an anti-ship system to protect the eastern Gulf of Genoa. Along with the Arenzano, Monte Moro and Pegli Forts, it was part of the coastal system that defended Genoa during World War II.

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6. Chiesa di San Michele

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Chiesa di San Michele Davide Papalini / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of San Michele Arcangelo is a Catholic place of worship located in the hamlet of San Michele di Pagana, in via Prelo 1, in the municipality of Rapallo in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is home to the parish of the same name of the Vicariate of Rapallo-San Margherita Ligure of the Diocese of Chiavari.

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7. Chiesa di San Siro

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Chiesa di San Siro Davide Papalini / CC BY-SA 3.0

The church of San Siro is a Catholic place of worship located in the San Siro district, in Piazza San Siro, in the municipality of Santa Margherita Ligure in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The church is home to the parish of the same name of the Vicariate of Rapallo-San Margherita Ligure of the Diocese of Chiavari.

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8. Oratorio della Madonna del Suffragio

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Oratorio della Madonna del Suffragio Davide Papalini / CC BY-SA 3.0

The oratory of the Madonna del Suffragio - also called the oratory of good death and prayer - is a Catholic place of worship located in the municipality of Santa Margherita Ligure, located between Piazza Giuseppe Mazzini and via Fratelli Arpe, in the metropolitan city of Genoa.

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9. Oratorio dei Santi Bernardo e Lucia

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Oratorio dei Santi Bernardo e Lucia Davide Papalini / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Oratory of Saints Bernardo and Lucia is a Catholic place of worship located in the San Siro district, in Piazza San Bernardo, in the municipality of Santa Margherita Ligure in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The oratory is home to the Archconfraternity of San Bernardo.

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10. Chiesa di San Nicolò di Capodimonte

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The church of San Nicolò di Capodimonte is a Catholic place of worship located in the town of San Nicolò in the municipality of Camogli, in the metropolitan city of Genoa. The building is included in the list of Italian national monuments.

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11. Abbazia di San Fruttuoso

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The Abbey of San Fruttuoso is on the Italian Riviera between Camogli and Portofino. It is the seat of the Catholic parish of the same name of the Vicariate of Recco-Uscio-Camogli, Archdiocese of Genoa.

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