Santuario Madonna della Corona

This place is ideal for those who want to combine moments of prayer and inner peace to opportunities to relax and enjoy the silence of the shows that nature can offer in this lovely place.

Santuario_Madonna_della_Corona-ingresso_chiesaThe Sanctuary is located in Spiazzi in one of the most picturesque locations in northern Italy. Rises clinging on the rock of the mountains that surround it, at 774 meters above sea level, overlooking the valley of the Adige river.

Medieval documents testify that hermits linked to the Abbey of St Zeno in Verona lived in the Baldo area already around the year 1000 and that at least from the second half of the 13th century there was a monastery with a chapel dedicated to St Mary of Montebaldo. This was only accessible by a dangerous narrow path in the rock.

In 1625 work began on the construction of a new and more spacious church 4 metres above the previous one which was incorporated beneath the new presbytery. The work went on for some decades, with the roof being placed in 1664 and the job being finally concluded in 1685.

In 1974 the architect Guido Tisato was assigned the job of preparing a project for an overall intervention that foresaw demolishing the existing church, while preserving its most important and significant parts, and the construction of a larger structure.

The Diocesan Shrine of Our Lady of Verona Crown is open all year long at the following times:
November to March: from 8 to 18
April to October: from 7 to 19.30

Link: http://www.madonnadellacorona.it/en


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