Church of Santa Margherita – Cathedral

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Church of Santa Margherita – Cathedral

12th-14th century, rebuilt at the end of the 19th century.

The church was destroyed by fire in 1643, and was subsequently rebuilt in various stages, with the final completion overseen by architect F. Dasti and supervisor V. Vespignani.
It has three naves and incorporates pre-existing structures from the 12th and 14th centuries.
Inside the church, notable frescoes depict the stories of the Virgin, commissioned by B. Vitelleschi and painted by Antonio da Viterbo (known as Pastura) between 1508 and 1509.

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Photography by: César Vásquez Altamirano, Tiziano Crescia, Roberto Romano, Sailko Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported, Paolo Monti

Translations by Ylenia Marcucci e Alessandro Rotatori