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Church of Santa Apollonia

Church of Santa Apollonia

The small church of Santa Apollonia, is now dedicated to the patron saint of teeth, while in the Middle Ages was called Church of San Pietro a Ischia, after the name of the Galletti da Ischia family.

In 1777 its inside and outside were remodelled to a design by Tarocchi. The façade is slightly concave. The aisless interior, ending in a semicircular apse, is decorated with frescoes by Tempesti.

With its curvilinear façade, Santa Apollonia is the church that most clearly shows the influence of baroque language among 18th-century religious buildings in Pisa.

Where: Via Santa Apollonia - Pisa

Web: www.pisaturismo.it

Via Santa Apollonia, 56126 Pisa (PI)
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