8 Sights in Jesi, Italy (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Jesi, 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 8 sights are available in Jesi, Italy.List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Jesi
1. Museo della Stampa
Studio per le Arti della Stampa (S. A. S. ) is located in Jesi (AN). Jesi was one of the first cities to introduce the art of typography in Italy: in 1472, in fact, the first typographic workshop was built. It was run by Federico de' Conti, a Veronese printer who moved to the Marche region with his family between 1470 and 1471. In his Jesina printing house he produced one of the first printed editions of the Divine Comedy, of which today a reproduction is exhibited at the SAS.
2. Palazzo Honorati
The Palazzo Honorati-Carotti is an ancient noble residence in the city of Jesi, in the Marche region. It is located in Via Posterma, not far from Piazza Federico II, and next to Palazzo Balleani and the San Floriano complex. It is one of the largest aristocratic building complexes in the city and a fine example of Baroque decoration.
3. Pinacoteca civica
The civic art gallery and contemporary art gallery is the largest museum in the city of Jesi, in the province of Ancona, in the Marche region. It is housed in Palazzo Pianetti and represents one of the most important pictorial collections in the region, boasting a large collection of works by Lorenzo Lotto.
Wikipedia: Pinacoteca civica e Galleria d'Arte contemporanea (IT)
4. Palazzo Ricci
Palazzo Ricci is an ancient noble home of the city of Jesi, in the Marche. It stands in Piazza Gaspare Spontini, on the corner with, the ancient Cardo Massimo, in front of Palazzo Leopardi, and next to the town hall. It is one of the best examples of the city's Renaissance architecture.
5. Teatro Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
The Teatro Comunale Pergolesi is an opera house in Jesi, Italy. It was originally named the Teatro della Concordia when it was the rival to the original 1732 opera house in the city, the Teatro del Leone. That theatre was active until 1791, but it was destroyed by fire in 1792.
6. Palazzo Colocci
Palazzo Colocci is an ancient noble residence in the city of Jesi, in the Marche region. It is located in Piazza Angelo Colocci, on the corner with Via Pergolesi, the ancient cardo massimo, at the highest point of the city, in front of the Palazzo della Signoria.
7. Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista
The church of San Giovanni Battista, more commonly called San Filippo, is a religious building in Jesi, in the Marche region. It is located along the main artery of the city, Corso Matteotti, and is one of the most important baroque churches in the region.
8. Chiesa di San Marco
The church of San Marco is a religious building in Jesi, in the Marche. It represents one of the best regional examples of Gothic architecture. It rises just outside the ancient circle of the walls and is part of a cloistered monastic complex.
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