Comune Vecchio

Via del Comune Vecchio, Assisi, 6081, Italy
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Travel Tips for Assisi

Via Portica

by croisbeauty

Via Portica is probably the most beautiful street in the town, if not, it is at least the most pitoresque one because of its complete medieval structure. The town itself is situated on the top of the hill and most of the streets are short, narrow and curved. I've realy enjoyed in exploring this in particularly charming town.

Minerva Temple

by Polly74

Built in the late Republican period in the 1st century BC, this temple was erected by the quatorvirates Gneus Cesius and Titus Cesius Priscus at their own expense.
When a female statue was unearthed here it was thought the temple had been dedicated to Minerva, although the subsequent discovery of a votive plaque to Hercules makes it more likely that the temple had been dedicated to him.
The facade has survived surprisingly well, with its six fluted columns supporting corinthian capitals and standing on plinths that rest on the steps leading to the pronaos for lack of space.
In 1539 the inner sanctum of the temple was transformed into the church of Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, with further alterations added in the Baroque style during the 17th century.

The Cathedral of S. Rufino

by croisbeauty

The building looks out over a square bearing the same name, upon which also stands a medieval palace believed to be the house of St. Clare's father.
The beautiful Romanesque facade is divides into three orders. The uppermost order is triangular in shape and has a pointed Gothic arch. The middle order of the facade, divided vertically by pilasters and crowned with a long series of small blind arches, is decorated with three magnificient rose windows and stone carvings. At the bottom, there is a tiny gallery which separates the central section of the facade from the lower one, which has three portals.
To the side of the Cathedral stands a massive stone bell-tower (now under reconstruction), adorned with mullioned windows.
From the church you can go through to Museo Capitolare which contains the important works of Alunno, Matteo de Gualdo and Puccio Capanna.

The time had stoped

by SrdjanJovanovic

Assisi is place that looks like somewhere around 1500.All houses are like in that time,and great fortress is around the city.It is on of the most interesting towns,but look out - it is one of the most expencive towns in Italy.


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