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Bell tower (12th century)

San Leo

    A solid and imposing monument, it is also the most isolated due to its impervious location. In fact, over the years it even served as a refuge for the Bishop and clergymen.

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    Museum of Sacred Art (16th century)

    San Leo

       In Palazzo Mediceo, the coat of arms with the lily of the city of Florence and that of Pope Julius II della Rovere are clearly visible. It houses 13th - 18th century sacred art exhibits, including a 14th-century Madonna della Mela by Catarino…

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      Sant’Igne Franciscan Monastery (13th century)

      San Leo

        Its foundation is attributed to St. Francis, as is the original name, linked to the miraculous apparition of the “sacred fire” that indicated the lost way. Consecrated in 1244, the church still has part of the trunk of the elm…

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        Palazzo Mediceo

        San Leo

          Palazzo Mediceo was built between 1517 and 1523. Its main purpose was that of hosting the Governor of San Leo and the Montefeltro area on behalf of the Republic of Florence. In 1948, it underwent further restoration works and a…

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