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For a much larger, comprehensive site on the churches of Trevi,
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Churches of Trevi


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S. Emiliano

3 pages, 4 photos

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S. Maria di Pietrarossa

[image ALT: A corbel in the shape of a cow's head, jutting out from the façade of a stone church. It is the church of S. Pietro, in Bovara (Umbria).]
S. Pietro in Bovara

1 page, 3 photos

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S. Andrea

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S. Apollinare

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S. Chiara

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S. Croce

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S. Egidio

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S. Francesco

1 page, 1 photo

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S. Maria in Valle

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S. Martino

5 pages, 7 photos

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S. Onofrio

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S. Pietro a Pettine

8 pages, 11 photos

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S. Vincenzo Ferreri

Outlying Churches


[image ALT: A large stone church with a square belfry. The front door, at the top of a flight of 10 steps, is immediately surmounted by a separate window shaped like a square with an additional triangular cut-out at the top. It is the sanctuary of Don Pietro Bonilli, in Cannaiola di Trevi, Umbria (central Italy).]
Cannaiola

3 churches, 2 pages, 4 photos

[image ALT: A square campanile in the baroque style. It is the belfry of the church of S. Arcangelo in Pigge, Umbria (central Italy).]
Lapigge
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4 churches, 13 pages, 14 images

[image ALT: A small Romanesque church in a clearing, with a little open belfry of the type called 'campanile a vela'. It is the church of S. Martino of Manciano, Umbria (central Italy).]
Manciano

1 church, 1 page, 2 photos

[image ALT: A small Romanesque church with a shell-shaped apse and a little open belfry of the type called 'campanile a vela'. The church is sited on the sharp slope of a hill overlooking a vast plain. It is the church of S. Donato of Matigge, Umbria (central Italy).]
Matigge

2 churches, 6 pages, 17 photos

[image ALT: A small plain one-story stone church, with a flattish double-sloping roof and no belfry. It is the church of S. Lorenzo in Ponze di Trevi, Umbria (central Italy).]
Ponze

1 church, 1 page, 5 photos


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