San Michele in Borgo is a Roman Catholic church in Pisa, region of Tuscany, Italy.
The church, together with monastery (which first belonged to the Benedictines, and, from the 12th century, the Camaldolese) was built in the late 10th to early 11th century outside the walls of the city, over an ancient temple dedicated to Mars. Both were restored several times in the following ages.
Martina G | Sep 26, 2017
One of the oldest and most meaningful Catholic churches of Pisa, offers frequent functions and holy confession at the heart of Borgo Stretto. Sometimes you can find the church open even late at night for some quite charming l adoration events organized by young people (Notte di Bartimeo) or by the Franciscan Friars (Un Volto nella Notte).
Oleg Naumov | Oct 29, 2017
Very beautiful church, real monument of medieval culture and architecture.
DAVID SNYDER | Oct 31, 2017
YouLex | Dec 14, 2017
Jan Čermák | Jul 13, 2016
Small but wonderful cathedral
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