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Having wandered around the beautiful city of Siena we literally came across this lovely gem without knowing what it was. Completely empty of people and yet it exuded such reverence, I'm still baffled as to why it wasn't full of people. There are plenty of...More
This beautiful church with a marble facade was built in a Mannerist design with a Latin cross format between 1595 and 1611. It was built as a Marion Shrine to a 14 century terracotta icon of the Madonna, the Madonna di Provenzano, around which it...More
We wandered around Siena and stumbled across this jewel. There were only two people inside so we had it to ourselves. The basilicas in Italy are so amazing but that being said, this was one of my favorite churches. It was smaller and although not...More
We came across this beautiful place on our tour of many of churches on the day of the Palio. It was bedecked with Giraffa flags - who later went on to win the race ahead of our Aquila. Well worth a brief visit.
We were just exploring the beautiful Siena aimlessly when we came by this beautiful little church. The older gentleman invited us in for a viewing and informed us that it is a museum to "Contrada del Lecorno (Unicorn)".
The chapel is used for the meeting...More
Beautiful Church Miniature Madonna Above Altar with Gold Rays Surround. Chiesa di Santa Maria di Provenzano (Church of the Madonna di Provenzano) was built in Mannerist-style between 1595-1604, based on a design by architect Flaminio del Turco