ⓘ San Francesco, Andria. Construction of the church began in 1230, and was not completed till 1346. The interior underwent a major baroque refurbishment in the 18 ..

                                     

ⓘ San Francesco, Andria

Construction of the church began in 1230, and was not completed till 1346. The interior underwent a major baroque refurbishment in the 18th century. To the right of the presbytery is the Chapel of the Archiconfraternity of the Addolorata, patronized by Count Onofrio Spagnoletti. In contains a venerated statue of the Madonna used in Holy Week processions. Among the altarpieces are four lateral canvases attributed to Niccolo Porta. The polychrome main altar was built in the 18th century. The organ 1766 was built by Tommaso Porziotta.

The monastery was suppressed in 1812, and the convent underwent many secular uses, including as a jail and later a public school. In 2019, some of the monastery is used by municipal offices.

                                     
  • of Andria Francesco II Del Balzo found the mortal remains of Saint Richard of Andria the current patron saint, and instituted the Fair of Andria 23 30
  • The Italian Catholic diocese of Andria is in Apulia, seated at Andria Cathedral which is built over a church dedicated to St. Peter, about ten miles southwest
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  • The Andria Corato train collision happened late in the morning of 12 July 2016 when two regional passenger trains on a single - track section of the Bari Barletta
  • Francesco II Del Balzo 1410 8 August 1482 was a southern Italian nobleman. Francesco was born in Andria the son of Guglielmo, second duke of that
  • French: François des Baux, Italian: Francesco del Balzo c. 1330 23 April 1422 was the first Duke of Andria Count of Montescaglioso and Squillace
  • Duke of Andria his mother, Margherita Pignatelli, was the sister of the Vicar General, Francesco Pignatelli. Ettore had three brothers: Francesco Fabrizio
  • and fresco. He also painted portraits. He painted altarpieces of San Nicola di Andria He was likely influenced by Corrado Giaquinto, and related or identical
  • He was then Bishop of Andria on 4 May 1626, and served as papal nuncio in Tuscany. He was transferred to the diocese of San Miniato by Pope Urban VIII
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