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Discover 3 places to see in Minori

Admire the most beautiful places of Minori and add them to your basket. YAMGU will create your trip considering distances, opening hours and weather.


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Minor archaeological area

The maritime Villa dates back to the beginning of the sec.d.C. The building, originally on two floors, are visible just a few rooms decorated with stuccoes and frescoes remains organized around the viridarium, surrounded by an arcaded porch. Interesting are also the triclinium and the baths. On the terrace, on the top floor, is connected the adjoining Antiquarium, which collects paintings and Roman material found in other villas in the area. The rich decorations of the triportico and Interior, allow you to place the original of the Julio-Claudian age.


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Basilica di Santa Trofimena

La basilica di Santa Trofimena è il principale monumento religioso di Minori. Con le sue peculiarità artistiche e costruttive, questa basilica contribuisce a valorizzare ulteriormente il settore che riguarda l'architettura sacra del secolo XVIII in costiera amalfitana.

Storia

L'importanza della chiesa di Minori è dovuta alla presenza delle reliquie di santa Trofimena, giovanetta martire di Patti in Sicilia di cui si occupano le cronache medievali e vari scritti del nostro tempo. Le sacre ossa furono rinvenute sulla spiaggia, come vuole la tradizione, circa nei secoli VII o VIII e depositate in


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Villa romana di Minori

The Villa Romana or Roman Villa is an archaeological ruin from the 1st century in the Italian village of Minori, in Campania.

Overview

The Roman villa of Minori stood in a bay of the Amalfi Coast, at the point where the river, Regina Minor, empties into the sea. This stretch of coastline, full of coves and natural harbors, was a favorite place where the imperial Roman aristocracy built their residences, as evidenced by the findings of Vietri sul Mare, Amalfi, Positano, and Li Galli.
The first information on a building dating from Roman times in Minori dates from "Documents and Proceedings of the


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