Santuario della Madonna dei Miracoli
Piazza Giovanni Paolo I, 1, 66021 Casalbordino CH, Italy
About Santuario della Madonna dei Miracoli
The sanctuary is located just outside the walls of the village, and it is among the best examples of Renaissance architecture in Umbria. The building was erected in 1494, with the support of the Perugia municipality, as a place of protection against the plague; for this reason, it was dedicated to Our Lady of Miracles, by the will of Pope Alexander VI. The interior of the sanctuary has a single nave with 8 altars, there are also some stuccoes by Nicolò Curti made in 1762.
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