Explore interesting sights in Savona, 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 14 sights are available in Savona, Italy.Sightseeing Tours in Savona
1. Chiesa di Santo Spirito
The Church of the Holy Spirit is a medieval religious building located in the Zinola district of the city of Savona. The Foundation around the year 1300 (?), With the function of Monastery, by the Benedictine monks of the monastery of Sant'Eugenio of the island of Bergeggi, from which he depended on the 10th century. The possession together with Bergeggi and others, was inserted in the various possessions and fiefdoms dependent on the abbey of Lerino, on the Provencal island in front of Cannes.
2. Cappelletta di Legino
The chapel of St. Christopher, built in 1700, is located in the Legino district of the city of Savona. Once the surrounding area was surrounded by vegetable gardens, meadows and a few mule tracks, today it is surrounded by a road with strong vehicular traffic and in the center of a large circular traffic roundabout, which connects the center and the commercial port area to the motorway exit and the entrance to the Legino district.
3. Casa di Colombo
During his life Cristoforo Colombo lived in numerous houses often changing home, in his youth because of the movements of his father Domenico Colombo, lived between the native Genoa, Savona and Cogoleto, while in adulthood Columbus was divided between Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Americas and finally again in Spain where he died in Valladolid.
4. 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
5. Chiesa di Sant'Anna
The church of Sant'Anna is a place of Catholic worship located in the hamlet of Cadibona, along the state road 29 of the Colle di Cadibona, in the municipality of Quiliano in the province of Savona. The church is home to the parish of the same name as part of the Vicariate of Savona of the diocese of Savona-Noli.
6. Duomo di Savona
The Cathedral of Savona, also known as the official name of the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, is the main place of Catholic worship of Savona, the mother church of the diocese of Savona-Noli. It is located in the heart of the historic center of the city, not far from the Sistine Chapel.
7. Chiesa San Giacomo (rudere)
The former church of San Giacomo with adjoining convent, also known as the complex of San Giacomo, are a set of religious buildings, now used for civil use, which stand on the hill of the same name dominating the center and the port of the city of Savona.
8. Nostra Signora del Monte
The church of the Madonna del Monte is a religious building located on a hill behind the Savona-Vado motorway exit. Ecclesiastically depends on the parish of Zinola. The religious property is owned by the Confraternity of S. Ambrogio di Legino.
9. 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 cardinal road axis of the medieval historic center.
The Leon Pancaldo or Torre della Quarta Tower, commonly called "Torretta", is a medieval construction located on the port of Savona, in correspondence with the entrance of the central via Paleocapa, and is considered the symbol of the city.
11. 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 the SS lies. Agostino and Monica.
12. 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
13. Oratorio del Cristo Risorto
The oratory of the Risen Christ is home to one of the oldest brotherhoods of Savona and is located in the historic center near the intersection between the medieval via Pia and the nineteenth-century via Paleocape.
14. Santa Maria Ausiliatrice
The church of Maria Help of Christians is located in Savona, in via San Giovanni Bosco, outside the historic town centre, in an urban area developed between the late 19th century and the early 20th century.
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