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Church of San Biagio

Church of San Biagio

The first mention of the Church of San Biagio dates back to a document of 1244 in which the monks of San Benedetto del Subasio include it among their possessions.

The facade is late Gothic and it was built with blocks of pink and white stone, arranged in alternate rows. On the main altar, to the left of the entrance, is a 16th century painting depicting the Trinity, with Saints Lorenzo and Benedict on the right and San Biagio and Beato Lorenzo Giustiniani on the left.
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