The façade is a combination of two styles: Romanesque on the bottom level and Gothic further up.
This Medieval abbey keeps an impressive crypt inside.
This church is a building of particular political importance for the town of San Ginesio. It was, in facts, the meeting place for popular assemblies.
This shrine was built in the 13th century, commissioned by the Brunforte family, to keep the relics of the Saint.
This church had been a hospice in the past.
This monument was made by Guastalla in the 20th century.
This hospice is located at the entrance of the town. It was formerly know as Hospice of Pilgrims (“dei Pellegrini”).
This is a War Memorial for those who died in war.
This was a church formerly administered by Augustinian monks.