Church of San Giuseppe

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It is not far from the city walls and rises, lowered from the street level, near the old Municipal Stadium along the ring road that runs along this side of the city. It was built near the end of the 16th century near one of the three sources that supplied the city with water and appears to be made of bricks and stones. The entrance portal is in stone with a flat architrave surmounted by a broken tympanum, while, further up, there is a large round window and a tympanum to crown the façade. On the back there is a bell gable for three bells. Internally there are several elements of interest, starting from the seventeenth-century wooden high altar covered in pure gold, from four side paintings dating back to the same period and from a painting by the Polish painter Sebastiano Majewski, placed centrally. Also worthy of note is the painted wooden ceiling of the Baroque period.

Church of San Giuseppe
Discesa S. Giuseppe, 64100 Teramo TE
Lat: 42.655691
Lng: 13.702669