Church of Saints Bartolomeo and Stefano

Church of Saints Bartolomeo and Stefano

Description

At the end of the eastern end of the Sentierone promenade, you can see the Church of Saints Bartolomeo and Stefano, built for the Dominican Religious Order in the first half of XVII Century, following the plan of the architect Antonio Maria Caneva.

Dominican order was not the first one to live in these places: in fact, the site used to belong to the community of the Order of the Humiliati. Formerly the complex used to consist of a church and some farmhouses.

If you observe the church from the outside you can notice the different construction periods: the façade, imitating a baroque style, was rebuilt in 897, the portico on the left was renovated in 1942, while the side overlooking via Tasso was made during the XIX Century.

The church features one aisle with five chapels on each side. The choir is decorated with beautiful XVI Century inlays, while behind the main altar you can admire the renowned Martinengo Altarpiece by Lorenzo Lotto, dating back to 1516.


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At the end of the eastern end of the Sentierone promenade, you can see the Church of Saints Bartolomeo and Stefano, built for the Dominican Religious Order in the first half of XVII Century, following the plan of the architect Antonio Maria Caneva.

Dominican order was not the first one to live in these places: in fact, the site used to belong to the community of the Order of the Humiliati. Formerly the complex used to consist of a church and some farmhouses.

If you observe the church from the outside you can notice the different construction periods: the façade, imitating a baroque style, was rebuilt in 897, the portico on the left was renovated in 1942, while the side overlooking via Tasso was made during the XIX Century.

The church features one aisle with five chapels on each side. The choir is decorated with beautiful XVI Century inlays, while behind the main altar you can admire the renowned Martinengo Altarpiece by Lorenzo Lotto, dating back to 1516.


Accessibility

RAGGIUNGERE:

Parcheggio:
a 60 metri (Parcheggio Largo Belotti): due posti auto riservati a norma.
a 260 metri: fermate autobus linea C e altre (via Petrarca); altezza gradino 16 cm; bus attrezzato con pedana manuale.

Percorso pedonale di avvicinamento da parcheggio e fermate bus:
in piano, marciapiede con larghezza e pavimentazione adeguata; attraversaemnti stradali raccordati con scivoli e semaforizzati

ENTRARE:

Ingresso secondario accessibile dal chiostro a nord, raggiungibile tramite scivolo in acciaio lunghezza 3 m, pendenza 10-12% e ulteriore breve scivolo antistante la porta.


VISITARE:

Spazio interno in piano e percorribile; presbiterio dove è ubicato il coro intarsiato e la Pala del Lotto preceduto da 3 gradini.
Opere d'arte visibili da lontano, possibilità di accensione luci per Pala del Lotto
Non sono presenti ausili e accorgimenti per non vedenti

USARE IL BAGNO: 

Non esistono bagni

Valutazione sintetica:

persona con disabilità motoria: accessibile con accompagnatore

persona con disabilità visiva: accessibile con accompagnatore

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