6 Sights in Pescara, Italy (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Pescara, 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 Pescara, Italy.

Sightseeing Tours in Pescara

1. Museo Civico Basilio Cascella

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The Basilio Cascella Civic Museum is an Italian pinacotheca based in Pescara in the Porta Nuova district. The museum is located in the former lithographic establishment established at the end of the nineteenth century by the painter Basilio Cascella. The building, for half a century the center of artistic production and meeting place for intellectuals such as Gabriele D'Annunzio, Luigi Pirandello, and Giovanni Pascoli, was donated to the Comune of Pescara in 1966 by the heirs of Cascella.

Wikipedia: Basilio Cascella Civic Museum (EN), Website

2. L'approdo alla nave

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L'approdo alla nave, known simply as Fontana la Nave, is a monumental fountain located in Pescara in Largo Mediterraneo. Built in 1987 by the sculptor Pietro Cascella, the work symbolically represents a galley, an ancient rowing boat, conceived as a re-enactment of the maritime history of the city and the sufferings suffered by the prisoners of the Bourbon fortress, forced to work as rowers on Spanish ships in the nineteenth century.

Wikipedia: Fontana la Nave (IT)

3. Cattedrale di San Cetteo

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Pescara Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the Via D'Annunzio in the city of Pescara. The cathedral, dedicated to Saint Cetteus, patron saint of Pescara, has been the seat of the Archbishop of Pescara-Penne since the creation of the archdiocese in 1982. The present Romanesque Revival building, originally called the Tempio della Conciliazione, was constructed in the 1930s, replacing the medieval church of San Cetteo.

Wikipedia: Pescara Cathedral (EN)

4. Chiesa di Sant'Andrea

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St Andrew's Day is a traditional festival celebrated by the Pescara Navy by its patron saint, the Apostle St Andrew. The tradition dates back to 1867, when a church was built in the Castellammare Adriatico, in the borgo dei pescatori region, near the port and river, to honor the apostles of St. Andrew.

Wikipedia: Festa di sant'Andrea (Pescara) (IT)

5. Ponte Ennio Flaiano

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The Ennio Flaiano bridge is a bridge for cycle-pedestrian and vehicular transit on wheels located in the city of Pescara that crosses the two banks of the Pescara river connecting via Gran Sasso with the complex of the Camuzzi Towers and the "Pescara Portanuova" junction of the SS16 dir / C.

Wikipedia: Ponte Flaiano (IT)

6. Casa natale di Ennio Flaiano

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Casa natale di Ennio Flaiano

Ennio Flaiano was an Italian screenwriter, playwright, novelist, journalist, and drama critic. Best known for his work with Federico Fellini, Flaiano co-wrote ten screenplays with the Italian director, including La Strada (1954), La Dolce Vita (1960), and 8½.

Wikipedia: Ennio Flaiano (EN)


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