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-Abbazia S. Paolo Apostolo
This is a Romanesque church. It has three naves and preserves a painting depicting the “Conversion of Saint Paul” by Baciccia.
Address Loc. tà Fiegni
Date of building: 11th century
-Castello dei Megalotti
These buildings, once the residence of the Podestà (name given to some high officials in Italy) and the General Council, were surrounded by mighty walls with seven towers and a keep. Between 1170 and 1259 it belonged to the fiefdom of the Magalotti, Counts of Fiastra, along with the Castles of Poggio, Macereto and Appennino.
Date of building: 11th century
-Grotta dei Frati
This cave is of Karstic origin located at about 600 m. of altitude, where there is a peaked rock on the Fiastrone Gorges. It had been inhabited by the Clareni monks for many centuries. Afterwards, these monks built a church and an aedicula as well.
-San Lorenzo al Lago
Facing Fiastra Lake, this church preserves many medieval frescoes, which are currently considered as the oldest wall decorations in the Marche region.
Address Loc. San Lorenzo al Lago
Date of building: 12th century
-Santuario del Beato Ugolino
Currently this church is the remains of an ancient Benedictine monastery named in honour of Saint John. Blessed Ugolino, son of the nobleman Magalotto IV, was born in 1400 and, after becoming an orphan, he hermited away in this retreat. Inside this church 15th century frescoes featuring scenes from his life are still well preserved.
Date of building: 14th century
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