Italia Salerno 4 Cripta di San Matteo

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4 Salerno   Cripta di San Matteo

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Salerno is a city in Campania (southwestern Italy) and is the capital of the province of the same name Salerno is located on the Gulf of Salerno on the Tyrrhenian Sea Today Salerno is an important cultural centre in Campania and Italy

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The St. Matthew Cathedral founded by Roberto the Guiscard and consecrated by Pope Gregory VII, was officially opened in March 1084. The present structure dates back to the earthquake of 5th June 1688, when it was completely rebuilt. In the crypt is the sepulchre of St. Matthew, whose body, according to legend, was brought to Salerno in the 10th century. The cathedral also contains the tomb of Pope Gregory VII. Cathedral Chiostro

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The Cathedral is dedicated to San Matteo (St Matthew), whose remains were reputedly brought to the city in 954 and now lie beneath the main altar in the vaulted crypt

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The crypt is situated under the main altar

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The crypt area is made up of nine rows of three bays with a cross shaped vault which rests on pillars

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The crypt was restored by Domenico Fontana, who designed the vault in alternate octagonal and circular sections surrounded by stuccoes and paintings

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The crypt, believed to house the remains of Matthew the Apostle, is a vaulted hall with a basilica-like plan divided by columns

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The ceiling frescoes were painted by Belisario Corenzio (c. 1558–1643), a Greek-Italian Mannerist painter reputed to have studied under Tintoretto, and depict scenes from the Gospel of Matthew, as well as some episodes of history of Salerno (such as the siege of the city by the French)

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Here lie the relics of St. Matthew, whose central location firmly alludes to his centrality to that place Domenico Fontana designed the double main alter where two masses can be celebrated simultaneously

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The relics of the Apostle San Matteo were brought to Salerno in 954, but this impressive crypt dates from the first half of the 17th century when the Kings of Spain, Filippo II and Filippo III, chose to demonstrate their dedication to San Matteo by redecorating the crypt in a lavish Baroque style featuring inlaid marble, frescoes and a bronze statue of San Matteo by Michelangelo Naccarino , the artist who designed the statue of Sant ’ Andrea in the Duomo of  Amalfi

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Chapel of the Treasure of San Matteo

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Chapel of the Treasure of San Matteo

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Chapel of the Treasure of San Matteo

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Chapel of the Treasure of San Matteo

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Chapel of the Treasure of San Matteo

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Chapel of the Treasure of San Matteo

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Chapel of the Treasure of San Matteo

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Sound : Padre Maestro ed Amico - Oratorio di Salerno Text: Internet Pictures : Internet S anda Foi ş oreanu Gabriela Cristescu All  copyrights  belong to their  respective owners Presentation : Sanda Foi ş oreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela 2018

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