Urbino Tour Guide

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Church of San Bernardino

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Not far from Urbino, in the east, the church of San Bernardino degli Zoccolanti, deserves attention, almost certainly designed by Francesco di Giorgio Martini, in Renaissance style, chosen as Mausoleum by Federico da Montefeltro. It… read more Church of San Bernardino

Church of Santo Spirito

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The Church of Santo Spirito, located in Via Bramante, dates back to 1554, while the Confraternity of the Holy Spirit was established in the fourteenth century and suppressed in 1729. You enter the church through… read more Church of Santo Spirito

Church of St. Francis

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The Church of St. Francis is the most popular church of Urbino. Its origin dates back to the first moments of Western monasticism. It was a Benedictine abbey before it became a Franciscan church in… read more Church of St. Francis

St. Joseph’s Oratory

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St. Joseph Confraternity dates back to the early 1500 thanks to the Franciscan Father Girolamo Recalchi from Verona. Granted by Duke Guidubaldo and Duchess Elisabetta Gonzaga, the building was begun in 1503 and completed in… read more St. Joseph’s Oratory

Raphael’s monument

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The monument dedicated to Urbino’s most illustrious son is located at the top of via Raffaello in Piazza Roma. Completed in 1897 by the sculptor Luigi Belli, it was originally placed in Piazza Duca Federico… read more Raphael’s monument