Basilica di San Salvatore, located just outside Spoleto city walls, is an interesting early Christian building which overlooks a large cemetery. The building dates from the late IV century, the architectural design is said to be built in the style of a pagan temple. From the information board inside the Basilica it says that the Basilica was mentioned in documents in 815, probably dedicated to the Spoleto martyr Concordio and that it was a place of worship for the Longobards of Italy.
Looking around the interior there is quite a lot of building materials which have been reused in its construction. It certainly is a remarkable building knowing that portions have been here since the late IV century.
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