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Temple of Minerva (Tempio di Minerva) Tours

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Temple of Minerva (Tempio di Minerva)
The ancient columns of Assisi’s Temple of Minerva (Tempio di Minerva) dominate the town’s elongated medieval Piazza del Comune; the temple was built by private donation from two wealthy local residents during the reign of Augustus in the first century BC. When Rome converted to Christianity in the fourth century AD, the pagan temple – along with many others throughout the empire – fell out of use and was abandoned. By the sixth century a community of Benedictine monks had requisitioned it, and between 1215 and 1270 the building was HQ to the Comune of Assisi; still later it became a jail. Back in use as a Christian place of worship by the mid 16th century, the temple was rededicated to the Virgin Mary by Pope Paolo III and subsequently restored before being given over to a community of Franciscan friars.
Address: Piazza del Comune, Assisi, Umbria 06081, Italy
Hours: Mon, Wed & Sat 7.15am–7pm; Tue & Fri 2pm–5.15pm; Sun 8.15am–7pm

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Temple of Minerva (Tempio di Minerva) hours of operation: Mon, Wed & Sat 7.15am–7pm; Tue & Fri 2pm–5.15pm; Sun 8.15am–7pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.