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Discover 7 places to see in Riomaggiore

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Manarola

Manarola ancient village of the Ligurian Riviera di Levante, is a fraction of the town of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, and is one of the Cinque Terre.

Upstream it come to the main square of Manarola around which arise the Oratory of the Disciplined, the bell tower and the parish church of San Lorenzo, built in Gothic style, dating from 1338. The facade of the church, local sandstone , it is characterized by a fine rose window.

Since 1961, at Christmas time, on the hill overlooking the village begins with a striking illuminated nativity scene (the largest in the world), whos


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Belvedere di Manarola

In a privileged position to admire the magnificent structure of the village of Manarola, a village of Riomaggiore, one of the Cinque Terre, is Punta Bonfiglio on which runs a walkway built from Manarola opened in 1968, which allows you to connect the marina with the port of Palaedo . On the highest part of Punta Bonfiglio is the small village cemetery.

Very impressive is also the last stretch of Via Belvedere which is a real balcony overlooking the sea, ending in a scenic square dedicated to Eugenio Montale, plaque which shows the first few verses of poetry Riviere.


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Castle

The castle of Riomaggiore is a historic building located in the upper part of the historic center of Riomaggiore in Cinque Terre, in the province of La Spezia. Originally used for defensive purposes, then converted to the cemetery, now the site is used by the local municipal government as a convention hall and cultural center.

According to historical sources a first defensive building was built by the Marquis Turcotti in 1260, the last lords of Ripalta village and hamlet of Borghetto di Vara, on the ruins of an existing site (called "castellazzo") at the Cerricò hill. After


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Church of St John the Baptist

Located in the highest part of the historical center riomaggiorese, its construction took place in 1340, as stated by a plaque on the facade, at the behest of the bishop of the diocese of Luni Antonio Fieschi.

An important and meaningful review of the entire building was carried out between 1870 and 1871, due to a collapse, with the stretching of the complex and the renovation of the façade in neo-Gothic style, but retain the fourteenth-century rose window in white marble Carrara. the original structure are still visible today, in the right side of the church, the single and the two


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Chiesa di San Lorenzo (Manarola)

La chiesa di San Lorenzo o della Natività di Maria Vergine è un edificio religioso sito in piazza papa Innocenzo IV nella frazione di Manarola a Riomaggiore, nella Riviera spezzina-Cinque Terre in provincia della Spezia. La chiesa è sede della parrocchia omonima della diocesi della Spezia-Sarzana-Brugnato.

Cenni storici e descrizione

Secondo le fonti storiche l'edificio religioso fu edificato nel 1338 in stile gotico ligure. Nella facciata, in arenaria locale, è presente un portale con arco ogivale e un bassorilievo raffigurante il Martirio di San Lorenzo nella sottostante lunetta; alla sommità


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Oratorio di Santa Maria Assunta (Riomaggiore)

L'oratorio di Santa Maria Assunta è un edificio religioso sito in via Cristoforo Colombo a Riomaggiore, nella Riviera spezzina-Cinque Terre in provincia della Spezia. La chiesa è sede dell'omonima confraternita.

Cenni storici e descrizione

Ubicato nel rione La Compagna, nel centro storico di Riomaggiore, l'oratorio della confraternita dei Disciplinanti dell'Assunta fu edificato nel corso del XVI secolo.
L'interno conserva una statua in legno della Madonna delle catene, a ricordo e suffragio degli abitanti che, nel corso dei secoli, subirono razzie e rapimenti nelle incursioni saracene, e un trit


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Via dell'Amore

The Way of Love is a pedestrian street overlooking the sea, with a distance of just over a kilometer, it connects the villages of Riomaggiore and Manarola in the Cinque Terre, in Liguria.

Famous throughout the world for its beauty and its breathtaking views, it is one of the most important tourist attractions of the area and is part of the National Park of the Cinque Terre area and a UNESCO world heritage site.

ATTENTION: At the moment because of the erosion path is almost completely closed to the public.

The Via dell'Amore is part of a longer route, marked with the number 2 from


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