Basilica-Santuario Ss. Vittore e Corona

On a rocky spur of Monte Miesna, three kilometres from the town of Feltre, lies the delightful Sanctuary of San Vittore that guards the relics of the Middle Eastern saints Vittore and Corona, patron saints of the diocese.

Building work on the sanctuary began in the 12th Century which was modified and inserted in a fortified system and incorporating the older shine set up in 1096 by the powerful imperial feudal Giovanni da Vidor. It is one of the most important Romanesque buildings in Veneto. The defensive function ceased at the beginning of 1400 when Venice had the castles demolished.

Passing through the 15th Century cloister, adorned with frescoes in the 17th Century, you reach the interior, its Greek cross layout dominated by four central pillars supporting a cupola whose delightful frescoes depict the saints venerated by the local people and scenes from the lives of the martyrs. The décor is completed with priceless works of sculpture.

The view from the churchyard takes in a natural amphitheatre of rare beauty from the center of which springs the town of Feltre.

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Basilica-Santuario Ss. Vittore e Corona

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Viale Ss. Mm. Vittore e Corona, 19 Feltre 32032 Feltre (BL)

Tel: +39 04392115

E-mail: santuarioaccoglienza@gmail.com

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