Key to Umbria: Terni

San Marco (9th century?)

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This ancient church was re-modeled in the 18th century.  It is now deconsecrated and used for exhibitions.  The right wall seems to have belonged to the original church.

Its current façade incorporates (on the right) a relief (perhaps 9th century).  


The interior is in the form of a single nave and rectangular apse. 

Madonna and Child (15th century)

This image, which is attributed to Bartolomeo da Miranda, is in a much later frame on the high altar.  It was moved to the interior from the facade of the church in 1606. 

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