|Location:||Sant'Angelo a Fasanella|
This is a catholic church, so it is open daily. Please respect worshipers and services, behave properly.
|Classification:||Karst cave. Cave Church St. Michael Caves|
|Light:||Incandescent Electric Light System|
|Dimension:||A=490 m asl.|
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The Grotta dell'Angelo in the town Sant'Angelo a Fasanella is one of numerous cave churches in southern Italy dedicated archangel St. Michael. It was established in the 11th century. The church was founded by a Benedictine monastery, and the abbot Francesco Carocciolo is buried inside the church. The church has a side chapel, which is a natural cave. The frescoes from the fourteenth century and the white marble statue of St. Michael are located inside the church.