Basilica di San Biagio

The Basilica di San Biagio in Maratea, Italy is the most important Catholic church of the region. It contains the remains of San Biagio since the year 732. It became a basilica in 1940 by the order of pope Pio XII.

The church is beautifully located in a mountainous region and contains a fresco called Madonna con il Bambino  and a statue of San Biagio. You might get to the Basilica on your way to the Cristo Redentore of Maratea.

Basilica di San Biagio
85046 Maratea
Potenza, Italien

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