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Bagni San Filippo is a fraction of the municipality of Castiglione d'Orcia in the Province of Siena, Italy, not far from Monte Amiata. It is a hot spring, small and has the presence of calcium deposits, which form white concretions of calcium carbonateas well as waterfalls. The name derives from that of St Philip Benizi, who was a prior of the Servite order, and who lived as a hermit here in the thirteenth century, and the grotto is open to visitors.
The cave of St. Philip Benizi is a small chapel located in the locality of Bagni San Filippo Castiglione d'Orcia (SI), set in a large block of travertine Vault-shaped closed at the ends by two walls and divided into two by a partition.
It is named after St. Philip Benizi that in the 13th century – according to tradition--took refuge in these places. It is said that Cardinal Ottaviano Ubaldini to overcome the difficulties of the conclave of Viterbo (1268-1271), which met after the death of Pope Clement IV, proposed to the Cardinals the election to the papacy of Philip, prior General of the serva
The art Hall St. John preserves paintings executed for Rocca d'Orcia Castiglione and from some of the greatest exponents of the Sienese School of the 14th and 15th centuries: Simone Martini, Lorenzo di Pietro told the old lady and Giovanni di Paolo. These are complemented by a series of liturgical furnishings from churches and confraternities.