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Abbey San Lanfranco
Abbey San Lanfranco
During the middle ages, the abbey of Saint Lanfranco on the Via Francigena was a hospice for travellers and pilgrims. At that time it was dedicated to the tomb of Jesus and often welcomed the bishop of Pavia, Lanfranco Beccari (1124-1198) who was buried here and was already considered a saint. The thirteenth-century façade is decorated with charming ceramic plaques of both local and oriental origin, while the small cloister was built by Giovanni Antonio Amadeo in 1476.




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ADDRESS: Via San Lanfranco Beccari 2, Pavia
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