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The Romanic church of Santa Maria a Mare, commonly called "the Annunziata", is the last extant evidence, though the bombardments of the Second World War, of the Medieval Giulianova, called Castel San Flaviano (and before Castrum Novum Piceni), destroyed in the battle of the Tordino in 1460. Founded upon a previous Roman building, it originated in the tenth century, maybe from a Benedictine church, place of meeting for the soldiers who were going to leave toward the Holy Lands from the near-by port. The present aspect of the church, after the restoration of the Sixties, reproduces the one of th
The urban configuration of the Renaissance town of Giulia hinged on San Flaviano Cathedral, rebuilt as from 1470-71 by the Duke Giulio Antonio Acquaviva of Aragon, who gave it his name. The restoration of the church took into account the latest innovation of the time, so that it suggests that Leon Battista Alberti or Giorgio Martini could be the authors of the building plan. San Flaviano Cathedral is one of the most interesting examples of the fifteenth-century architecture typical of the middle Adriatic Coast. Built as from the Seventies of the fifteenth century and accomplished in the Thirti