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Travel Blogs from Monteluco
... preferring to live in
simplicity and humility. Following breakfast, we will begin a tour of
Assisi. Visit the tomb of St Francis. Explore the quaint hilltop
birthplace of St Francis that still retains something of the atmosphere
of the early 1200s, the period when St Francis began his ministry.
Contained within the huge 13th-century Basilica are many of the saint's ...
... the town in 1208, and St. Clare (Chiara d'Offreducci), the founder of the Poor Sisters, which later became the Order of Poor ...
... We also went to see a few different churches around the city, including the church that St. Francis worshipped at, ten the church that was dedicated to St. Francis which unfortunately you could not take pictures of the inside. The stained glass windows was absolutely beautiful to look ...
... The face of the church was white and it, with the sun reflecting off it, was a perfect scene. One of the friars, who was originally from Pennsylvania, gave us the tour. He was extremely nice and knew a great deal about the church. The interior of the basilica was rather dark, but from what I could tell, was extremely well decorated. The style of the basilica was different from the others we had seen previously in the week in that it ...
We have been on the go since my last entry (which I think was Orivieto). Our SBU colleague Carol is very interested in family business, so our Umbra colleague Ray took us to the oldest family owned ceramic company in the country - perhaps the world - started in the 1500's and passed down through the generations of family members. This is the ...
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