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Italian Riviera - Savona: Laigueglia, Church of St Matthew, San Matteo
Liguria, Italy

The Church of St Matthew, "San Matteo", one of the most interesting ones of the Italian Riviera, is located in Laigueglia a small town on the western coast of the Ligurian Sea, "Riviera di Ponente". The church was built in mid 18th century and it has two bell towers, but only one is visible in the 360 photo. Unfortunately the courtyard in front of the church is squeezed by the railway clearly visible in the same photo. There is an ongoing project to move the railway outside of the city and use the space for making a cycle-path.

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