An unusual round church right on the edge of the town, but worth the effort to get there (lots of ups and downs!). The inside is airy with a 'tent' roof supported on a ring of columns recycled from earlier structures. It is the oldest church in town, dating from 5th & 6th Centuries, and is set in a grassy... 更多
This small round church dates to the 5th century and is built on the remains of a pagan temple. It is also known as the Temple or Church of San Michele Arcangelo, as it’s dedicated to the Archangel Michael, whose churches were often built in elevated spots like this. It’s commonly called St. Angelo’s. Its circular structure is based on... 更多
On July 11 2010 I got married in Tempio di Sant'Angelo. It has been a wonderful experience and the cerimony was perfect, with the 3 priests who were with us, Don Mario Rabica priest of Castello delle Forme, the Archibishop of Gubbio Don Mario Ceccobelli and Don Mario Pomara. For my wife and I it has been a joyful moment.... 更多
As I was wandering the streets I ran into Tempio di Sant'Angelo. I enjoyed sitting outside on the grass and admiring it! The inside was simple but also worth visiting!
OK, so you think that you have seen more than your fair share of churches in Perugia. Well you have seen nothing like Tempio di Sant'Angelo. It is so unique both in its architecture and setting that it is for me one of the highlights. It has simplicity, charm and a certain excitement that takes your breath away. The church... 更多
this place is really cool, just a few minutes far from the bustle Old Town center... you can have some rest on the grass or even enter in the church for a nice meditation or prayer...
Of all the sightseeing we did while in Perugia for the Umbria Jazz Festival, this is the one that will stay with us. Quiet, serene, awe-inspiring space like Sta, Costanza in Rome.
this place is realy worth to walk there. The round arcitecture is something special and I could feel a great spirit inside It is also nice just do hang out in front of the temple on the grass
If you are looking to see a part of Perugia near the university, this is well worth a visit. This ancient church is quite fascinating and a pleasant change-of pace from thousand year old churches. Why not see a really old one?