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Discover 3 places to see in Sermoneta

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Valvisciolo Abbey Museum (Gallery Abbot s. White)

udes the large paintings on canvas by Francesco Savonanzi and Tommaso Donini that decorate the church presbytery, and those by Vincenzo Pasqualoni and P. Pasquale Minoccheri preserved in the Room dedicated to Abbot Savastano. Almost all the works exhibited, mostly engravings and drawings from the 16th-19th centuries, were donated by Guglielmo Guidi, a collector from Latina. Original art printing is well represented by xylographs, engravings, etchings, aquatints and lithographs of some of its greatest interpreters, such as Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt, Canaletto, Giovan Battista Piranesi, Francisc


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HISTORY MUSEUM OF CERAMICS

Municipal property, was established in 2004.
Is divided into three halls spanning, in broad terms, the production of ceramics from prehistoric times to the 20th century, touching on the most prestigious centres (Faenza, Deruta, Viterbo).
The material, which comes from private donations and the Sopraintendenza archeologica del Lazio, includes:
• pottery;
• funeral, from the necropolis of sermonetana Caracupa, Poggio Sommavilla (Rieti);
• terracotta votive objects;
• bricks.
The preparation is essential, but it allows an immediate reading of the finds, thanks also to the help of illustrative panels.


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Diocesan Museum of sacred art

The Museum exhibits items coming, above all, from the churches of Sermoneta which are no longer used for worship. It is located in various rooms of the collegiate church of S. Maria, in the ancient chapel of the Magi and in the adjacent Oratory of the Flagellants, realised in the second half of the 15th century. The Oratory, originally headquarters of the Confraternity of the Flagellants, is a rectangular vaulted hall painted entirely by Giovan Domenico Fiorentini (1747-1820) with scenes of Jesus Christ’s life and images of saints. Paintings and frescos, sculptures, goldsmiths’ objects, liturg


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