San Bartolomeo Church

Marne, Italy

San Bartolomeo Church was built in the first half of 12th century; today only the apse of the original structure survives. The architectural structure of the building has a nave culminating in the apse that contains some frescoes whose age is difficult to determine.

The church underwent some renovations and expansion in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The apse was restored between 1984 and 1988.



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Via alla Chiesa 2, Marne, Italy
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Italy

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Camillo Donadoni (3 years ago)
Ancient Romanesque church in a small Bergamo village
Nadia B. (3 years ago)
Quite small, but very pretty church. Perfect for ceremonies (including weddings), thanks to its proximity to the Castle of Marne. There is a beautiful pipe organ, while the back of the apse houses a very old original part, dating back to the year 1000 (and not retouched in later times, like the rest of the building). Possibility of parking near / in front of the church.
Luca “Sidel” (4 years ago)
A little hidden but easy to find, near the Castle on the river bank .. if you are in the area for the first 10 days of September do not miss the Marne ravioli festival ... MITICAAA .....
Matteo Fagiani (5 years ago)
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