Santa Maria di Canepanova, Pavia

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Santa Maria di Canepanova is a Renaissance style Roman Catholic church located in central Pavia, region of Lombardy, Italy. Although in the past the design was popularly attributed to Bramante, the church was designed by Giovanni Antonio Amadeo.
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  • I was fascinated by the beauty of the place
  • It is a Catholic church located in the historic center of Pavia, not far from the medieval towers and the university. Splendid religious structure of the fifteenth century of uncertain origins, but some even attribute it to Donato Bramante, very active in this area. Sometimes referred to as the most beautiful sixteenth-century church in Pavia, the partial view of the facade with the clock face is particularly fascinating to those who come walking from the side of the Duomo and from Piazza della Vittoria. Definitely worth a visit. Alessio from Rome

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