The oldest curch of the ancient city

The church, at the foot of the Castello hill and at the edge of the Roman oppidum, has been located in the center of the high medieval settlement since the 11th century, but other religious buildings or oratories were already in place for some time. Only in the following centuries some other religious complex settled in the lower part of the city center, while churches and convents are much more numerous in the upper part of the city.

Google Maps: around the church (in red) in blue the Roman city, in orange Castello, in yellow with dots the trace of the ancient walls and the religious landmarks that have been added over the centuries: S. Maria di Castello and S. Giorgio / S.Torpete.

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