Santuario Madonna del Bagno

Santuario Madonna del Bagno, Deruta

Santuario Madonna del Bagno

Santuario Madonna del Bagno
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Clara
Rome, Italy7 contributions
A silent place with beautiful history, unique collection of ceramic tiles worth to read one by one
Aug 2020
I went to visit this Santuario the last day before our departure, though it was only 1km from the Casale where we slept. The church was nice, and the most interesting are the ceramic tiles, not only beautiful to see, but record every single historical fact of individual person or family - it would worth a whold day to read them.
Written 2 September 2020
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MJ K
Portland, Oregon492 contributions
Unique, Pretty, Worth a Stop but Not Worth a Detour
Sep 2019
This history of this chapel, displaying 400 years of tiles handmade in nearby Deruta, tells a story of human trials and prayers answered while tracing the artistic development of ceramic art in the area. As churches go, it's small and simple, but the unique artwork is kind of interesting if you're a ceramics fan.
Written 22 October 2019
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Angel57
Essex UK1,517 contributions
Lovely interesting church
Oct 2019 • Couples
We walked to the church from Collepepe, but you could get the bus to Casalina & walk from there.

It is a beautiful & fascinating church with many intriguing ceramic tiles on the interior. Each tile tells it's own story - it's well worth your time looking at them.

Check the opening hours before you set off to make sure it's open.
Written 17 October 2019
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Mary Lou R
St. Petersburg, FL31 contributions
Beautiful Church
Sep 2018
The interior of this church is covered with hand painted Deruta tiles depicting the prayers and wishes of the local inhabitants through the ages. I'm told that after the tiles were hung, their prayers were answered!
Written 1 October 2018
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PollyDublin30
Dubin98 contributions
Very special church
May 2018 • Couples
We passed the sign for this Church every time we turned in via Casalina but this year we visited the Church which is the most unique church we have ever seen. What all the other reviewers have said is true, it is a very special place of thanksgiving, and the handpainted ceramic plaques all told their own stories.
Written 30 May 2018
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marmaowen
Haiku, HI30 contributions
Beautiful
Nov 2017 • Solo
If you are in the area I suggest that tu stop by to check it out. Even if you only have a short amount of time it is worth it
Written 16 November 2017
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Keli S
176 contributions
A true place of peace.
Sep 2016 • Business
This is one of those places where you feel the warm embrace of God. The peace and beauty that surrounds you is magical. Highly recommended.
Written 26 November 2016
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redmanfloridapvb
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL409 contributions
"VERY INTRESTING"
Sep 2016 • Couples
We came upon this church by accident a few years ago. When we returned to Umbria this year we visited again. It is a very small church filled with "plaques of thanksgiving" to the Madonna for answering prayers for healing in times of sickness or accidents. Each plaque is unique to the person's circumstance. Some date back to the 1700's.
Written 30 September 2016
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LoveItaly700
Cowplain, UK84 contributions
A unique place to visit...
Jun 2016 • Couples
Sanctuario Madonna del Bagno is a unique place and well worth a visit. We arrived mid morning and spent a fascinating hour or so looking at the hundreds of tiles, many dating back to the 1600's. Such a peaceful place too, we were the only visitors at that time. Depending on which direction you're travelling, exit the E45 at either Casalina or Deruta Sud and follow the signs. The Sanctuary is roughly half way between the sender exits.
Written 9 June 2016
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Berni P
London, UK80 contributions
come in and see the miracles
Mar 2016 • Couples
This is a very happy peaceful place. The whole church is hung with thousands of hand painted tiles, made in nearby Deruta, depicting an accident, a fall from an olive tree, illness difficult childbirth, all sorts of falls from horses etc.the miracles are, that after hanging their tile, all of these unfortunates recovered. There are literally thousands in the church, some from the sixteenth century right up through world wars 1 and 2 and more recently. It's totally fascinating to read these mini tragedies, but they turn out well. There is a tree in the church where the original tile was hung by a husband who's wife was dying in childbirth. When he returned home, mother and child were doin well. From then on pilgrims came from all over Italy to hang tiles for loved ones.
Even if you are not very religious, this is a lovely peaceful place to stop and smell the roses.
It on the E45 superstar fa, exit Casalina, then follow the signs. I hope you enjoy it.
Written 3 May 2016
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