5 Sights in Rieti, Italy (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Rieti, 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 5 sights are available in Rieti, Italy.

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1. Chiesa di Sant'Antonio Abate

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The church of Sant'Antonio Abate di Rieti was built as an integral part of an architectural complex existing since the beginning of the fourteenth century, which included a hospital and a cemetery. The entire complex was born at the foot of the hill on which the Roman Reate had been developing.

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2. Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta

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The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta is the most important Catholic place of worship in Rieti, the cathedral of the city and mother church of the diocese of the same name. It is decorated with the title of minor basilica and is counted among the national monuments.

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3. Museo diocesano del tesoro del Duomo

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The Diocesan Museum of Ecclesiastical Heritage of Rieti is a museum itinerary that winds through the rooms of the cathedral and those of the Bishop's Palace, where works of sacred art and liturgical objects owned by the diocese of Rieti are exhibited.

Wikipedia: Museo diocesano di Rieti (IT)

4. Basilica di Sant'Agostino

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St. Augustine's Cathedral is one of the most important churches in Rieti, central Italy. It was declared a chapel in 2010. It sits on Mazzini Square, not far from the train station, almost right in front of Leach Palace.

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5. Chiesa di Santa Scolastica

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The church of Santa Scolastica is a religious building closed to worship in Rieti, now used as an auditorium. It is located along Via Marco Terenzio Varrone, not far from Porta Cintia and the Arco del Seminario.

Wikipedia: Chiesa di Santa Scolastica (IT)

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