Explore interesting sights in Cosenza, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Cosenza, Italy.Sightseeing Tours in Cosenza
1. Santuario del Santissimo Crocifisso
The Sanctuary of the Holy Crucifix is a religious building located in Cosenza, in the southwest area of the city, 258 meters above sea level. The convent-church complex is vulgarly called “Reformation” because since the 18th century it was convent of the Reformed Friars, one of the many Franciscan families. These favored the devotion to the simulacrum of the Most Holy Crucifix that since then showed himself miraculous. This devotion was increased by the Capuchin Friars, to the point that, cosentini and not, today identify the church where it venerates with the name of "santuario del SS.mo Crucified" or more simply "church of the Crucified", even if it is entitled to Mary SS. of Constantinople.
2. San Francesco D'Assisi
The church of San Francesco d'Assisi is a religious building dating back to 1217 located in Piazza Marco Berardi, 273 meters above sea level in the historic center of Cosenza, Calabria. It represents the annexed monastery of St. Francis of Assisi, the most important religious monument in the city after the Cathedral and one of the oldest in the capital.
3. Chiesa del Santissimo Salvatore
The church of the Holy Saviour, known as the “Greek church” but known by its faithful as kisha Arbëreshe, is located in the historic center of Cosenza, next to the convent church of San Francesco di Paola, 245 meters above sea level, in the wide Paolina Gervasi Mantovani n.3, not far from the point of confluence of the Busento and Crati rivers.
4. Chiesa di San Domenico
The church of San Domenico is a religious building located in Cosenza, Calabria. It stands, at 230 meters above sea level, in Piazza Tommaso Campanella on the left bank of the river Busento, an area that represents the place of junction between the ancient city and the modern city that from Piazza dei Bruzi develops along Corso Mazzini.
5. Galleria Nazionale di Cosenza
The National Gallery of Cosenza is located in the ancient Arnone Palace on Colle Triglio, in via G. V. Gravina in the historic center of Cosenza. Since December 2014, the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities managed it through the Calabria museum center, in December 2019 which became regional museum direction.
6. Chiesa di San Nicola
The church of San Nicola is located between the historic center and the new part of Cosenza, in Piazza Francescantonio Nolè, at 234 meters above sea level. Among the various modern churches of the city, it is interesting for the works of art it contains, albeit in limited numbers, but quite original.
7. Teatro Rendano
The Municipal Theater of Cosenza is located in Piazza XV MARCH, the largest square in the historic center Bruzio, 267 meters above sea level, and is dedicated to the pianist and composer Alfonso Rendano. It represents the only traditional theater of the Calabria Region.
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