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Italian Riviera - Genova: Basilica dei Fieschi in Cogorno
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The Basilica dei Fieschi is located in Cogorno town, not far from famous sea resorts, but it is rather unknown to tourists. Nevertheless it is one of the most important and better preserved monuments of the romanesque-gothic style in Liguria. Built in 13th century, is named after the family Fieschi who was ruling the surrounding area at that time. The style of the facade is pretty typical with horizontal stripes of black slate, "ardesia", and white marble. Quite nice is also the small sunny square with colored buildings, ancient or just old.

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Tags: italia; italy; liguria; ligurian; italian; riviera; levante; genova; cogorno; salvatore; church; basilica; chiesa; fieschi; romanesque; gothic; ardesia; slate
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