Ascoli Satriano Cathedral

Ascoli Satriano, Italy

Ascoli Satriano Cathedral was built in the late 13th century and it was elevated as a cathedral in 1455. It was largely extended and rebuilt in the 18th century and again in 1871 after a disastrous earthquake.


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Founded: 13th century
Category: Religious sites in Italy


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Michelangelo Martino (2 years ago)
Especially beautiful
Michele Grassotti (2 years ago)
Beautiful Cathedral with many saints and the Madonna del Soccorso and the patron saint of Ascoli Satriano, San Potito. Enjoy your visit!!!
Pbro Marcelo Paredes (4 years ago)
Place of prayer
Nicola (4 years ago)
Raffaele Feula (4 years ago)
Beautiful, both from the architectural point of view and for the presence of important pictorial works. Place of worship that I recommend to visit.
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