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The interior of the church of Sv. Ignition in Gorizia – Italy

The interior of the Baroque church of Sv. Ignatius. The one-nave church with a vaulted ceiling has a tabernacle of the main altar, three chapels with baroque altars on each side. The altars are from the second half of the 18th century. The illusionist fresco, on the wall behind the altar, is supposed to be the work of Christopher Tausch. It was completed in 1721. Since then, due to injuries in World War I, it has been restored several times. It has a vaulted vaulted ceiling that is richly painted. The Tabernacle main altar is made of multicolored marble. In 1716. he replaced the former which was wooden. The author of the artwork is Pasquale Lazzarini. On the tabernacle is a statue of Mary with a child. There are four evangelists beside them. On the left are St. Marko and sv. St. Luke, on the right side. Matthew and St. John.

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  1. First time I heard of a church with 3 chapels . This is a remarkable church. Thanks for sharing this information and photos.
    I used to think of the works of Michaelanelo and love them but it extends to many people who put themselves into the art work of many churches.
    Fabulous to be there and see it, I think a lot of art work and painting would be hard to take in for the short time I could be there but I would greatly appreciate it.

    • Thanks for watching and kind comment, dear Pamela….i’m not faithful and i don’t go to church but i just like to see every church very much …. each one is beautiful and has its own charms …. only a lot of churches are locked in us and you can’t always see them from the inside because they are places have emerged

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