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Here you can find interesting sights in Savona, 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 12 sights are available in Savona, Italy.List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Savona
1. Cappelletta di Legino
The Chapel erected in 1700, is located in the Legino district of the city of Savona, once it was a rural area, surrounded by vegetable gardens, meadows and some mule tracks, today it is surrounded by a road with strong vehicular flow and at the center of a large roundabout of circular traffic, which connects the center and the area of the commercial port to the motorway exit, at the entrance of the town of Legino.
2. Chiesa di Santo Spirito e Concezione
The church of the Holy Spirit and conception is the parish church of the Zinola district of the city of Savona. It is located in the center of the village at the crossroads between the main road via Aurelia that connects Vado Ligure to Savona and via Quiliano for connection to the nineteenth -century cemetery and then to Quiliano
3. Duomo di Savona
The Cathedral of Savona, also known by the official name of Cathedral Basilica of Santa Maria Assunta, is the main place of Catholic worship of Savona, mother church of the diocese of Savona-Noli. It is located in the heart of the historic city center, not far from the Sistine Chapel.
4. Chiesa San Giacomo (rudere)
The former church of San Giacomo with an adjoining convent, also known as the San Giacomo complex, are a set of religious buildings, now used for civil use, which arise on the dominant hill of the same name and the port of the city of Savona.
5. Chiesa di Santa Lucia
The church of Santa Lucia is a small religious building that stands, in Savona, on a spur of rock once overlooking the sea, along the old road connection with Albissola Marina. The Confraternity of SS lies there. Agostino and Monica.
6. San Giovanni Battista in San Domenico
The church of San Giovanni Battista in San Domenico is located on the edge of the historic center of Savona, at the intersection of the main nineteenth-century artery and what had been the key road axis of the medieval old town.
7. Chiesa di San Giuseppe
The church of San Giuseppe is located in the Oltreletimbro area of the municipality of Savona, near the Savona Mongrifone railway station. Designed by the Savona architect Gaetano Sanguineti (1921-1994). Work began in 1959
The Torre Leon Pancaldo or Torre della Quarda, commonly called "Torretta", is a medieval building located on the port of Savona, at the entrance of the central Via Paleocapa, and is considered the symbol of the city.
9. Santa Maria Ausiliatrice
The church of Mary Help of Christians is located in Savona, in via San Giovanni Bosco, outside the historic city center, in an urban area developed between the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century.
10. Oratorio del Cristo Risorto
The Oratory of the Risen Christ is home to one of the oldest confraternities of Savona and is located in the historic center near the intersection of the medieval Via Pia and the nineteenth-century Via Paleocapa.
11. Chiesa del Santissimo Salvatore
Santissimo Salvatore Church is a Catholic place of worship in the village of Valleggia in the municipality of Quiliano in the province of Savona, Italy. It is part of the parish of Savona-Norley Parish.
12. Chiesa dei Santi Lorenzo, Biagio e Donato
The Church of Lorenzo, Biagio and Donato is a small religious building on a hill in Savona that once dominated the Valley of Lettimbro and is now surrounded by the working-class community of Villapiana.
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