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Pieve San Vittore, Rapolano Terme

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  • Staying in a term across the hills, the Pieve San Vittore is a beautiful and looming castle which dominates the landscape. It was a drive to get to it, but very worth the visit to explore the... 
    Staying in a term across the hills, the Pieve San Vittore is a beautiful and looming castle which dominates the landscape. It was a drive to get to it, but very worth the visit to explore the...  more »
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  • Small church of Romanesque origin just outside the village, near the Rapolano station. The church has undergone some restoration work, such as the upper part of the bell tower and inside, but overall it has maintained the charm and austerity of the Romanesque style. Interior with a tabernacle with the Madonna della Consolazione, a fragment of a fresco, in a pillar facing the altar, by a Sienese painter of the fourteenth century and a wooden sculpture (St. Bartholomew) of the sixteenth century. The exterior is also beautiful with a tree-lined and shady front, a low wall that also serves as a seat and a beautiful view of the valley and the village.
  • Recorded since 1029, it has a basilica structure with three naves ending in a single apse and covered by the visible wooden structure. The simple prospectus of the facade is opened by a portal with a round arch and has a single lancet window decorated with a small column. The bell tower was rebuilt in the modern era in the upper part. Inside is a fragment of a fresco, Sant'Ansano and donor, by a Sienese artist from the end of the 14th century and the beginning of the 15th century and a polychrome terracotta from the early 16th century with the Madonna and Child.

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