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The great Sanctuaries

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Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

The Sanctuary of Loreto Holy House

Loreto
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Montefortino - Sanctuary of the Madonna dell'Ambro

Montefortino
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Ostra- Sanctuary of the Madonna of the Rose

Ostra
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Monteprandone - S. Giacomo della Marca

Monteprandone
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Porto Sant'Elpidio - Santuario dell'Addolorata

Porto Sant'Elpidio
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Jesi - Sanctuary of S. Maria delle Grazie

Jesi
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Osimo - Santuario della Beata Vergine Addolorata

Osimo
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Osimo - Basilica of S. Giuseppe da Copertino

Osimo
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Sanctuary Madonna of the Caves

Mondolfo
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Ascoli Piceno- Sanctuary of Sant'Emidio alle Grotte

Ascoli Piceno
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Genga - Temple of Valadier

Genga
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Basilica of Saint Nicholas of Tolentino

Tolentino
Cattedrali, Chiese e Santuari

Visso - Sanctuary of Macereto

Visso
The Marche, land of spirituality, have over time seen raise a number of Shrines, still the destination of constant pilgrimages. Among the best known and most visited, as well as the Holy House of Loreto and the sanctuary of St. Nicholas of Tolentino, stands the one of Macereto, in the heart of Parco Nazionale dei Monti Sibillini, in Visso. Tradition has it that on August 12th, 1359, when carrying a wooden statue of the Madonna and Child from Loreto to the Kingdom of Naples, the mules belonging to the caravan stopped kneeling on the site currently occupied by the sanctuary and from there they would not leave again. In the province of Ancona, in Ostra is the Sanctuary of the Madonna della Rosa. Because of the miracles worked by Our Lady of the Rose and the consequent influx of pilgrims, the original and modest aedicule, built in 1666, was transformed into a church and then became, in the middle of the 18th Century, a majestic temple. The Sanctuary of the “Madonna delle Grazie” in Jesi developed instead from a primitive aedicule, where the image of the Virgin was painted, into a church in 1456, to thank Our Lady for having relieved the city from the plague.
To continue the visit of the most important Shrines of The Marche go to the section To be seen.

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