A suggestive entrance to the city is Il Ponte del Diavolo (the devil’s bridge) crossing the river Chienti, said to be built in a single night in 1268. In via Lauretana is the sanctuary of San Nicola, a place of faith and pilgrimage. Via Corso Garibaldi leads to the Cathedral of San Catervo, inside the sarcophagus of Flavius Julius Catervus, 4th century. Piazza della Libertà, on where stands the Clock Tower, is dominated by the Palazzo Comunale and the 16th-century Palazzo Sangallo. Also, the Gothic Chiesa di San Francesco and the adjacent Piazza Mauruzi, on which stands a Renaissance palace.




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