Commanderie Saint-Jérome et Saint-BevignateLa Commanderie de Pérouse, connue localement sous le nom Chiesa di San Bevignate, est située dans le quartier de Monteluce à Pérouse en Italie. Le site, propriété de la Mairie de Pérouse, a été ouvert au public en juillet 2009.

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  • Commanderie Saint-Jérome et Saint-BevignateLa Commanderie de Pérouse, connue localement sous le nom Chiesa di San Bevignate, est située dans le quartier de Monteluce à Pérouse en Italie. Le site, propriété de la Mairie de Pérouse, a été ouvert au public en juillet 2009.
  • San Bevignate is a church in Perugia, Umbria, central Italy.The church was commissioned by the Templars in substitution of their former church of San Giustino d'Arna, from which they had been ousted in 1277. San Bevignate, to whom it is entitled, was a rather mysterious local hermit who had a notable following among Perugia's people but was in fact never officially canonized.The church was built c. 1250. In 1312, after the suppression of the Templar Order, it was acquired by the Hospitalliers. In 1324 Ricco di Corbolo, a rich Perugine merchant, acquired the whole complex and housed there a feminine monastic community. In 1517 the nuns left the convent, which returned to the Knights of Malta. In 1860 the church was secularized.The sober interior of the church has great similarities with the chapels built by the Templars in the Holy Land. It has a single nave with groin-vaulted ceiling. The square apse, containing typical Templar architectural motifs such as the cosmological cross and stars, is introduced by a large triumphal arch. Works of art include the Procession of Flagellants, a Battle Between Templars and Muslims, the Legend of San Bevignate and other 13th-century frescoes.
  • San Bevignate è un complesso architettonico Templare, chiesa sconsacrata che si trova a Perugia in via Enrico dal Pozzo.
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  • Commanderie Saint-Jérome et Saint-BevignateLa Commanderie de Pérouse, connue localement sous le nom Chiesa di San Bevignate, est située dans le quartier de Monteluce à Pérouse en Italie. Le site, propriété de la Mairie de Pérouse, a été ouvert au public en juillet 2009.
  • San Bevignate è un complesso architettonico Templare, chiesa sconsacrata che si trova a Perugia in via Enrico dal Pozzo.
  • San Bevignate is a church in Perugia, Umbria, central Italy.The church was commissioned by the Templars in substitution of their former church of San Giustino d'Arna, from which they had been ousted in 1277. San Bevignate, to whom it is entitled, was a rather mysterious local hermit who had a notable following among Perugia's people but was in fact never officially canonized.The church was built c. 1250. In 1312, after the suppression of the Templar Order, it was acquired by the Hospitalliers.
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