The church is a typical example of the mingling of the Umbrian and Lombard Romanesque architecture and its origins date back to the sixth century.
`The facility has three naves separated by columns of blocks, with a raised presbytery with three apses, the latter model Lombardy, Lombard as the reason for the barrel vault of the nave, rare in Umbria.
The cloister and the buildings were built and completed at a later time, the second half of the sixteenth century to the eighteenth century.
The facade has been expanded and raised in the sixteenth century, giving the structure `s current appearance gabled. Above the portal to three collections, From the carved lintel, opens the elegant three-mullioned window that shines its light Indoors, three naves with barrel vault, interspersed by columns of blocks that form seven bays.
A modern travertine steep staircase leading to the chancel and three apses with bowl circolare.La crypt dates from the same period of the church and the ark, which preserves relics of the saint costudisce. The cloister, rectangular, has the arches supported by sturdy pillars, on which are painted busts of saints and blessed. The frescoes on the walls depict the life stories of San Felice.
The Abbey of San Felice is accessible thanks to the platform entrance; the Church of St. Francis has a ramp with a slope greater than 8% and a high step, Therefore we recommend the presence of a companion. No data were received on the degree of accessibility of other structures. It is advisable to telephone the IAT. of Spoleto to 0743 220311.
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