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Here you can find interesting sights in Gaeta, 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 6 sights are available in Gaeta, Italy.List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Gaeta
1. Chiesa dei SS Cosma e Damiano e Maria SS di Portosalvo
The church of Santa Maria di Porto Salvo, also called the Scalzi due to the presence in the annexes of the convent, until 1806, of the friars of the Order of the Scalzi Augustinians, is a Catholic place of Catholic cult of Gaeta, located in the Porta Salvo district. The parish of Saints Cosma and Damiano insists on it since 1944, after the homonymous church has been partially destroyed during the Second World War.
2. Mausoleo di Lucio Munazio Planco
Lucius Munatius Plancus was a Roman senator, consul in 42 BC, and censor in 22 BC with Paullus Aemilius Lepidus. Along with Talleyrand eighteen centuries later, he is one of the classic historical examples of men who have managed to survive very dangerous circumstances by constantly shifting their allegiances.
3. Chiesa di San Giacomo Apostolo
San Giacomo Apostolo Church, formerly San Giacomo di Terra Rossa, is a Catholic place of worship in Gaeta, located in the Porto Salvo district along Via della Indipendenza; It is home to the diocesan clergy of the Archdiocese of Gaeta and the local secular Franciscan Brotherhood.
4. Cattedrale dei Santi Erasmo e Marciano e di Santa Maria Assunta
The Cathedrals of Saint Erasmus, Marciano and Santa Maria Azonta are the most important Catholic places of worship in Gaeta, the mother church of the archdiocese of Gaeta and home to the diocese of Maria Santa Sima Azonta in Cello.
5. Tempio di San Francesco
The Temple of San Francesco is a Catholic place of cult of Gaeta, located in the historic center of the city, within the territory of the parish that insists on the cathedral of Saints Erasmus and Marciano and Santa Maria Assunta.
6. Chiesa di San Giovanni a Mare
San Giovanni a Mare, which translates to St John at sea, is a 10th-century church located in Gaeta, region of Lazio, Italy. The church for many years was sponsored by the guild of carpenters, hence was also known as San Giuseppe.
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