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One of the few churches I have had to pay an entrance fee for. The fee gets you in, firstly, to the... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2018
Brisbane, Australia
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The museo has some very interesting paintings of not well known artists of the area. The admission... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2018
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24 Sep 2018
20 Sep 2018
Via Aurelio Saffi 13, 06049, Spoleto, Italy
+39 0743 231022
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The building and the contents are worth the visit. It has wonderful medieval paintings and frescoes. The restoration is exceptional.

Thank Dream660759
Reviewed 25 September 2018 via mobile

One of the few churches I have had to pay an entrance fee for. The fee gets you in, firstly, to the museum where some special works of art are on display and then you enter the basilica. It, in itself, is very interesting. I...More

Thank giacomina17
Reviewed 21 September 2018

The museo has some very interesting paintings of not well known artists of the area. The admission includes Sant Eufemia, a fascinating church. Well worth the visit

Thank stephenr1951
Reviewed 20 September 2016

You can visit the chapel on a stand alone basis but it's cheaper to go to the Museum first and get a token for admission to the church. The church was built using bits and pieces, various columns and capitals put together. There's a women's...More

Thank IanL21
Reviewed 31 July 2016

We can't say anything about the diocesene museum, as it was closed when we visited, but the church is a real jewel of early church architecture.

Thank bunnyjlb
Reviewed 29 May 2016

We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Diocesan Museum and the quaint Romanesque church of Sant'Eufemia, the two buildings are located in the complex of the Archbishop's Palace next to the Duomo in Spoleto. Inside the museum is a large collection of paintings from the...More

Thank kpiddy
Reviewed 9 June 2015

The staff were friendly and didn't mind us trying out our Italian. Unfortunately the little dhurch is closed for renovation at the moment. The museum has some beautiful frescoes and paintings. Being a religious museum there are lots of artefacts from churches and monasteries. The...More

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Reviewed 29 April 2014

The church is very interesting. The museum with all the liturgical vestments etc I could do without.

Thank Lindy552
Reviewed 21 September 2012

This forms part of the Cathedral Museum and is reached through the Archbishop's Palace. You arrive in the gallery - an unusual feature for a Catholic church - and make your way down an old stone staircase to the nave. The less fit can still...More

Thank Jim R
Reviewed 24 October 2011

Don't miss this. It is a building of great charm and amazing windows.

Thank Sarah G
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14 February 2015|
Response from Paolo V | Reviewed this property |
we were told that: for reasons of stability, the external input is closed. You can only enter through the internal connection to the Diocesan Museum. Bye
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