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Morano Calabro Chiesa dei Santi Apostoli Pietro Paolo
Italy

It's the one of the most ancient churches than Morano and rises in the high part of the town in close the Castle. The original structure laughed them around all' year 1000 even if several restorations have been ollowed in the course of the centuries. The bell tower, detached and rear from the body of the church, is medioevale age. The cupola to cap is of 1886. Inside of the church to three navate ones and Latin cross must its baroque late aspect to the fine participations of century XVIII. The more ancient works guarded in this church go back to XV the century.

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