Teatro Leopardi

Theatre Leopardi is small and cozy. It’s set in the heart of San Ginesio (altitude of 696 metres, inhabitants 3746), a graceful hill town close to Macerata.
San Ginesio received the “orange flag”, the most important Italian touristic reward for the little towns.

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Here I was with some friends of mine,
attending to the C.S.I. concert. 

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The theatre is placed in front of the Cathedral (14th-15th centuries).
The facade of the church is a rare exemple of Gothic decoration in Le Marche.

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Fermo, Cathedral

The S. Mary Cathedral in Fermo, made in white Istrian stone, is one of the most striking and beautiful churches of Le Marche. It rises up on the top of the Girfalco Hill, where the Romans built the city for the first time. 

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The church preserves a wonderful Gothic rose window and the valuable decoration of the portal, where it appeares vineyards, winemakers and symbolic creatures.

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“Via del Teatro Antico” links the Cathedral to Piazza del Popolo, the main square of the Old Town. Along this way, it was placed the roman theatre. 

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You can also take a look to the S. Sabino statue.
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(S. Sabino statue rises up on a full-daisies grass)

The Marche are a perfect set for holidays in every season.
Contact us to plan a daily tour guide from your resort, hotel or holidays camp!!

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