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The Church-Museum of Sant’Antonio Abate The Chiesa-Museo di Sant’Antonio Abate is located in the center of Cascia, just outside the town walls, right after the Porta Orientale entrance. Once, the Church of Sant’Antonio was part of the Benedictine complex of ancient origins, re-built around the end of the 14th century. Moreover, after the ruinous earthquake in 1703, the church underwent a radical change, an intervention that altered its structure, but fortunately spared both the apse and the nun’s choir at its back. Today the deconsecrated church has been transformed into a museum.
The Civic Museum of Palazzo Santi Palazzo Santi stands in the historical center of Cascia, in the higher part of the main square dedicated to the Italian politician Aldo Moro. This palace that once was the city residence of the wealthy family of the Santi—who reached the height of their economical success and political prestige at the beginning of the 17th century—hosts the Museo Comunale. It was Pierluigi Santi, the most influential member of this family, who ordered the restoration work and the partial re-building of the building between 1600 and 1601, which had been severely