San Salvatore Spoleto, Italy late 4th/early 5th C
Unlike the others in Spoleto, this church isn't Romanesque - it's Roman! It was built in the late 4th century in the style of Classical temples and is remarkably well-preserved.
Quick Facts Quick Facts on San Salvatore
- Go Historic ID
- San SalvatoreBasilica di San SalvatoreIl Crocifisso
- 42.742001° N, 12.743111° E
Splendid SpoletoPosted April 24, 2008 by Holly Hayes Part of: The Great European Road Trip
We loved Spoleto, a smallish town in a beautiful location overlooking the Umbrian countryside. It is filled with old and interesting churches, the streets and buildings have an authentic medieval feel, and the shops and restaurants are excellent. But they aren't kidding when they call it a hill town - those streets…