Here you can find interesting sights in Chieti, 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 Chieti, Italy.List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Chieti
1. Chiesa di San Domenico
The Church of San Domenico is located in Chieti, in Corso Marusino, overlooking the Piazza Giovan Batistavico. It's the monastery of Santa Ana, Ruled by Monk Skolopi of St. Joseph Calasanzio, It has been home to a school of classical studies since the second half of the 17th century, in contrast to St. Ignatius Jesuit College, which became one of the earliest royal classical secondary schools in Abruzzo in September 1861, known as the "Giambattista Vico" Royal Boarding School. It is also home to a state boarding school. In 1913, with the consent of Chieti province, Dominican monasteries and churches were demolished to build a new building-the government palace, church and school were renamed San Domenico al Corso San Domenico Nuovo.
2. Museo Archeologico Nazionale d'Abruzzo - La Civitella
The Archaeological Museum "La Civitella" is located in the Archaeological Park of "La Civitella" in Chieti on a project by the architect Ettore De Lellis, former designer of the Paludi Museum of Celano. Today's museum structure, which is partially located in underground floors, is an integral part of a complex with gardens, pedestrian areas, an auditorium, an archaeological laboratory, environments for recreational and educational activities and an environment for temporary exhibitions.
3. Chiesa di Santa Chiara
The church of Santa Chiara is a church of Chieti, located halfway through via Arniense. It is a rectory, that is, a church that is not a parish but still significant. Built starting from the mid -seventeenth century but actually decorated and enriched in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, it has a considerable amount of fine baroque stuccos, an organ of Adriano Fedri and some canvases of discreet value. His rector is Don Luigi Gentile.
4. Chiesa di San Francesco
The church of San Francesco called "to the course" for its urban or even "of the shoe" position by virtue of the presence of the conventual Franciscans, is the most important church of Chieti from the historical, artistic and architectural point of view, after the adjacent Cathedral of San Giustino.
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