6 Sights in L'Aquila, Italy (with Map and Images)
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Explore interesting sights in L'Aquila, 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 6 sights are available in L'Aquila, Italy.List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in L'Aquila
1. Chiesa di Santa Maria Paganica
The church of Santa Maria Paganica is a religious building in L'Aquila, Italy. It owes its name to the village of Paganica, now a hamlet, whose inhabitants contributed to the foundation of the city in the thirteenth century. Due to its importance it is considered the capoquarto church and extends its name to the historic district in which it is located. In 1902 it was declared a national monument. It was severely damaged by the 2009 earthquake. As of January 2023, consolidation and restoration work on the church has not yet begun.
2. Stazione osservativa di Campo Imperatore
The Campo Imperatore Astronomical Observatory, today called Campo Imperatore Observing Station, is an astronomical observation center founded in 1965 as part of the Astronomical Observatory of Rome on the homonymous plateau at 2200 m above sea level and still used today for scientific and popular research activities. Since 2017 it is managed by the Astronomical Observatory of Abruzzo.
Wikipedia: Osservatorio astronomico di Campo Imperatore (IT)
3. Auditorium del Parco
The Park Auditorium, also known as the Castle Auditorium, is a musical and theatrical complex located within the Spanish Fortress Park in L 'Aquila. Designed by Claudio Abbado, designed by architect Renzo Piano, it was made possible thanks to the solidarity of the autonomous province of Trento after the 2009 earthquake devastation.
4. Museo archeologico di Santa Maria dei Raccomandati (closed)
The Archaeological Museum of Santa Maria dei Raccomandati is a museum based in L'Aquila, not yet officially opened. It is located in the former convent of the same name overlooking the course of the capital of Abruzzo and houses an important archaeological collection of the region.
Wikipedia: Museo archeologico di Santa Maria dei Raccomandati (IT)
5. Casa museo Signorini Corsi (closed)
The Signorini Corsi House Museum is a historic building in L'Aquila, home to the collection of art furniture, paintings and coins that the lawyer Luigi Signorini Corsi gave in Legato in 1967 to the municipal administration.
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