Gothic columns surround a peaceful garden at the Cloister of Saint Francis, located within the Church of San Francesco in Sorrento, Italy. Originally an oratory founded by Saint Antonino, the Patron Saint of Sorrento, Franciscan Friars converted it to a church in the 14th century.
4 thoughts on “PHOTO: Cloister of Saint Francis in Sorrento, Italy”
So beautiful and peaceful. Your photos are each magnificent. Thank you for sharing the world in its many wonderful places.
What a nice thing to say, Peggy. Thank you so much!
Heading to Sorrento on July 23rd so any information would be great. Thanks Una
Hi Una: I just published a post about Sorrento. If you haven’t seen it, go to to https://holeinthedonut.com/2014/07/06/sorrento-italy-shops.