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Chiaravalle Abbey, Fiastra

Contrada Abbadia di Fiastra, 62010 Urbisaglia MC, Italy


About Chiaravalle Abbey, Fiastra

The abbey of Fiastra rises in the lower Valle del Fiastra near the homonymous river, in the territory of the municipalities of Tolentino and Urbisaglia, and represents the most important monastic building in the Marche. Of a style of transition from Romanesque to Gothic, it fully reflects the Cistercian influence of Lombard flavor. The most important elements of the abbey are arranged around the cloister, which is the heart of the monastery: here the monks would contemplate and meditate while wa

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Archaeological Park of Urbs Salvia3.19km from Chiaravalle Abbey, Fiastra

The archaeological park of Urbs Salvia is a state archaeological area located in the municipality of Urbisaglia. It is the largest archaeological park in the Marche. The excavation area owned by the Italian State, since 1998 has been granted under management to the Municipality of Urbisaglia, which is also the site of museum, musical and artistic events. In 2015 it registered 8 239 visitors.

Palazzo Buonaccorsi9.74km from Chiaravalle Abbey, Fiastra

Palazzo Buonaccorsi is a historic building in Macerata located in via Don Minzoni, 24. The building today houses the "Civic Museums of Palazzo Buonaccorsi" and houses the Carriage Museum, the collections of ancient and modern art, and the library "Amedeo Ricci".  The sumptuous interiors cover the Baroque and Rococo styles, centering on the Great Hall of the Aeneid, with a pavilion vault frescoed with the Wedding of Bacchus and Ariadne.

Fiastrone14.77km from Chiaravalle Abbey, Fiastra

The Fiastrone river is a short watercourse in the Marche that flows entirely in the province of Macerata.  The stream originates in the municipality of Bolognola , in the Sibillini Mountains, and ends after 34 km as a right tributary of the Chienti river near Belforte.  Its waters feed, at an altitude of 640 meters above sea level, the Lake of Fiastra built in the fifties and barred by an imposing arch-gravity dam. It was flowing through picturesque locations and it attracts a lot of tourists he

Museo Civico Villa Colloredo Mels23.41km from Chiaravalle Abbey, Fiastra

The Villa Colloredo Mels Civic Museum is located in Recanati.  The museum is housed in a villa that belonged to the Colloredo Mels Counts, a noble family of Friulian origin.  The villa, with its original medieval layout, was renovated in the sixteenth century until it obtained its current neoclassical appearance. In 1998 the Civic Museums of Recanati moved there, already in the Town Hall, with collections that include archeology and contemporary art.

Lake of Cingoli26.06km from Chiaravalle Abbey, Fiastra

The Lake of Cingoli is an artificial lake of the Marches created by a dam on the river Musone in eighty years. It is located in the municipality of Cingoli, in the province of Macerata, and represents the largest artificial basin in the Marche region, rich in aquatic fauna and migratory birds. The lake has an area of ​​over 2 square kilometers and a depth that reaches about 55 m near the dam.

Pizzo Meta26.3km from Chiaravalle Abbey, Fiastra

The Lace Mèta is one of 'mountains of the central Apennines, located in the northernmost part of the Monti Sibillini chain in Marche.  Administratively it is included in the municipal area of Sarnano, in the province of Macerata.  Pizzo di Meta is the highest point among the peaks making up the northern part of the Sibillini chain.  The summit can be reached from the Piani di Ragnòlo via a short path which is the simplest and most immediate way.

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Marche is a central region of Italy on the east coast composed of rolling hills and fertile plains at the base of the Apennine mountains. It is bordered by Umbria in the west, Emilia-Romagna to the north, and Abruzzo to the south.