Here you can find interesting sights in Teramo, 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 9 sights are available in Teramo, Italy.List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Teramo
1. Sant'Anna dei Pompetti
The church of Sant'Anna dei Pompetti or dè Pompetti is located in the city of Teramo, in Abruzzo, in the heart of the historic and archaeological center of Piazza Sant'Anna. The religious building, leaning against the bastion of the Burnt Tower, is very close to the church of Santa Caterina. Both churches were originally part of the complex of the Ancient Cathedral of Santa Maria Aprutiensis and now belong to the local parish of the church of St. Anthony. The building consists of what has survived and has been preserved of the body of the old cathedral. This identification of the current structure with a portion of the first liturgical and spiritual center of the city was revealed by the excavations and studies that Francesco Savini conducted in the archaeological area from the year 1896 and that lasted until the early twentieth century. Since 1902 it has been included in the list of Italian National Monuments.
2. Chiesa dei Cappuccini
The church and convent of the Capuchins of Teramo, a complex already dedicated to St. Benedict, was built, according to the historian Francesco Savini, before 1150. After 1573 it was assigned to the care of the Capuchin Fathers, when it was also known as the Church of the Immaculate Conception. Since 1902 it has been a national monument.
3. Basilica Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta e San Berardo
Teramo Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Teramo, Abruzzo, central Italy, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and to Saint Berardo, patron saint of the city. It is the seat of the Bishop of Teramo-Atri. Built in Romanesque-Gothic style, it was consecrated in 1176.
4. Chiesa di Sant'Antonio
The church of Sant'Antonio, former convent of San Francesco, is a church in the city of Teramo. Built in the thirteenth century, it is located in Corso De Michetti, on the corner with Largo Melatino. Since 1902 it has been included in the list of Italian national monuments.
5. Anfiteatro romano
The Roman Amphitheater of Teramo is only a few meters west of the Roman theater; the most evident part of the residual brick perimeter masonry of the amphitheater is visible in via San Berardo and in the area immediately to the left of the Cathedral.
6. Casa del Melatino
The Casa del Melatino is one of the few palaces of the Middle Ages in Teramo that have come down to us. It gave its name to the place where it stands: Largo Melatini. Since 1902 it has been included in the list of Italian National Monuments.
7. Santuario Madonna delle Grazie
The sanctuary of the Madonna delle Grazie is a religious building dedicated to the protector of the city of Teramo; It is located just outside the walls of the historic center of the city, near Porta Reale and the Ivan Graziani park.
8. Anfiteatro Romano di Interamnia
The Roman theater of Teramo is located in the historic center of the Abruzzo city, between via Teatro Antico and via Luigi Paris, near the Cathedral and a few meters from the Roman amphitheater of Teramo.
9. Palazzo Vescovile
The bishop's palace, also simply called bishopric or episcopio, is the main structure of the diocese of Teramo-ATRI, located in Teramo, in Piazza Martiri della Libertà, a few steps from the cathedral.
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