Church of San Clemente
LOCATION: Via Centonze 244 DATING 1936 DESCRIPTION: The church of San Clemente existed since the seventeenth century, destroyed like many other churches by the earthquake of 1808, it was rebuilt in its present location in the 30s and restructured in 1989-90. The church occupies about 600 square meters and has three naves. The architecture of the Church is inspired by the Roman models of the '500 with profiling and silhouettes of modern intonation. Among the works contained inside we have: A panel of the '600, depicting S. Clemente, taken from the old church destroyed by the earthquake; A wooden statue, dated 1864, depicting the Madonna della Consolazione signed Gangeri; Various pieces of silverware, including a silver mantle; Small 700th century silver door of the Tabernacle; Picture of the Holy Virgin with the Child Jesus, painted on canvas, by Salvatore Ferro dated 1896. SOURCE: http://www.parrocchiasanclemente.eu/
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