Chiesa di Sant'Anna
Profile: Located in Marina Grande, the Baroque-style Chiesa di Sant'Anna was built in the 17th century. From the outside it has a distinctive beige and pink façade but it will first catch most people's attention when viewed from above. On the walkway that leads down to Marina Grande there's a place where you can see the rooftops of the marina's houses and the church's pretty green and yellow cupola makes the scene.
Built: 17th Century
Close by: Marina Grande, Museo Bottega della Tarsia Lignea
Walking distance from Piazza Tasso: 12 minutes
Directions from Piazza Tasso: Facing the sea turn left and follow the main road as it turns right and down the gentle hill. Continue along this road, passing through Piazza Sant'Antonino and then the entrance to Villa Comunale Park. Keep going and when you reach Piazza della Vittoria turn right and then left so the statue is on
your right. Follow the narrowing path until you can go no further. At this point, turn right down the steps and you'll arrive in Marina Grande. The church is in the middle of the marina in its own small square.
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