We have been fortunate in the past to be able to fully wander around inside Basilica di San Salvatore but this April when we visited only a peek inside was allowed. Due to earthquakes in the region in recent years there is some structural damage, for the public's safety the entrance was guarded, we could only step inside a metre or so to view the interior. Basilica di San Salvatore is said to date back to the late 4th century and built in the style of a pagan temple. It is located just outside Spoleto city walls and stands high on the hill overlooking a well visited local cemetery, worth visiting.
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