Basilica of Santa Maria dei Servi
The Basilica of Santa Maria dei Servi (also known as San Clement) is a Catholic church in Siena, central Italy.
The church is built on the site of the former San Clement, which was acquired by the Servite Order in 1234 and annexed to a new convent. The new church was consecrated only in 1533. The 15th century-style façade, however, was never finished, and the 13th century bell tower, originally in Romanesque style, was deeply modified in the following centuries (the last time in 1926).
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