A road of fundamental importance that connected Rome to northern Europe, traveled by pilgrims to reach the holy places of Christianity.
The Parmesan section is the strategic point, passage in the Middle Ages to cross the Apennines and that way reach Rome. The route from Fidenza to the Cisa Pass is still a great artistic historical heritage. On this street, men, cultures, languages and stories have passed through, the signs of which are clearly visible: just think, for example, of the extraordinary testimonies of Romanesque in the Cathedral of St. Donnino in Fidenza, which is also noted for the Municipal Palace, the Medieval Tower and the remarkable Museum of the Cathedral. Information about the paths and the visit of Trust in the attached file.
The small church of St. Nicomede, preserves almost intact the Romanesque forms of the 12th century.
Along the Via Francigena, the beautiful Cathedral of Fidenza, dedicated to St. Donnino, dates back to the 12th century and is a splendid example of Romanesque Emilia-Lombardo.
On the top of the hill was built, in pre-Roman times, the church of St. John. Inside you can admire frescoes from the 14th and 15th centuries and pictorial testimonies of a singular local artist.
Walking on the Via Francigena – Places of the spirit and soul.
8 kilometres from Chiaravalle you can visit the charming village of Castelnuovo Fogliani and the Church of St. Biagio Bishop.
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