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The Cathedral, built at the behest of Saint Peter of Salerno, was completed in 1104 and dedicated to the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary (St. Maria Annunziata). The indoor space is divided into three naves. Interventions made during the XIII century...more
If you want to spend two hours and pass in this old city you must exit on the speedway Fiuggi Anagni and arrive in ten minutes in this wonderfull city.
Was famous for the Popes, BonifacioVIII especially, and this Church is amazing even the museum...More
This cathedral is simply magnificent. The tour is well worth the cost - the crypt, which is only lighted for 20 minutes each half hour, has incredible frescoes and an original Cosmati floor. I especially appreciated that the interpretive signs were in English as well...More
the Cattedrale di Santa Maria was one of many sights in Anagni, the citta di Papi, the city of 5 popes, near this cattedrale was a museum of saint Benedict also a Pope and other medivale attractions this is in an area called Ciocherria (not...More
The Anagni cathedral (with cripta) was a pearl of our last trip.
Because of 700 years of forgetfulness the cathedral area saved very good.
May be the museum was less interesting for us, but the architecture of this place is really great.
The Romanesque cathedral of Anagni, built on a Roman mithreum, is an imposing enough structure to warrant a visit, but it's the crypt that really knocks your socks off. It's unrestored, save for a cleaning to remove the candle smokeof centuries, and the scenes depicted...More