Religious building

Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore

Via F. Sprovieri, Acri, (Cosenza)

Cited by Bishop Ruffino from Bisignano in 1269, Church preserves Romanesque Baroque style. Once original painting has been lost due to a fire in 1780. During the...


Museo del Beato Angelo d'Acri

Piazza Beato Angelo, snc, Acri, (Cosenza)

The Museum, named after the Capuchin priest native of Acri, Lucantonio Falcone (1669-1739), known as Beato Angelo, is annexed to the Sanctuary and the convent of the...

Religious building

Basilica del Beato Angelo d'Acri

Piazza Beato Angelo d'Acri, snc, Acri, (Cosenza)

Work of construction began in 1893 by Guido Quercioli and ended in 1898. Several earthquakes and leaks have damaged over time the structure and several paintings by...


Museo della Civiltà Contadina

Via Vincenzo Baffi, 1, Acri, (Cosenza)

The Museum is located in Feraudo Palace, building half of the nineteenth-century, and consists of six exhibition halls. It contains about 500 objects related to the...

Religious building

Chiesa e Convento di San Domenico

Piazza Principessa di Piemonte, Acri, (Cosenza)

St. Dominic's Church and Convent were originally dedicated to St. John the Baptist. Convento was suppressed in 1809, during French domination, while the parish was...


Palazzo Sanseverino - MACA (Museo Arte Contemporanea Acri)

Piazza Falcone, 1, Acri, (Cosenza)

The Museum is located in Sanseverino Palace, an imposing building owned by Giuseppe Leopoldo Sanseverino, built by Stefano Vangieri of Rogliano (1707-1717) and...

Religious building

Chiesa e Convento dei Padri Cappuccini

Piazza Beato Angelo, 57, Acri, (Cosenza)

The Convent of the Cappuccini Fathers, of 1590, has 18 cells, the refectory, the lab and the refectory. Inside the cloister, works by an unknown artist of the early...


Torre Civica di Pàdia (Castello di Acri o Rocca dei Bruzii)

Vico I Castello, 1, Acri, (Cosenza)

Acri Castle, also known as Rocca dei Bruzii, was a defensive work of which remains the so-called Civic Tower, a symbol of the city. Originally the Castle form was...