Sanctuary of San Romedio

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The Sanctuary of San Romedio is a sanctuary dedicated to Saint Romedius situated on a steep rocky spur in the natural scenery of the Val di Non, on the borders of the comuni of Sanzeno and Coredo, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy.
The sanctuary consists of five churches or chapels built over a period of some 900 years between 1000 and 1918. The five are built close to a steep rock wall and are connected by a spectacular flight of 130 steps. The site is visited by around 200,000 pilgrims every year, and is attended as custodians by two Franciscan friars.


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San Romedio, Trento, Italy

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