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San Francesco d'Assisi is a baroque-style, former Roman Catholic church located in the town of Oria, province of Brindisi, Apulia, Italy.


The church was erected of acquired shortly after a visit by St Francis himself. It appears to have been a small church dedicated to the Madonna di Costantinopoli, and officiated by the Basilian monks. In 1219, a Franciscan order convent was erected alongside. The interior houses the relics of the Blessed Francesco da Durazzo and a statue of the Pietà litica once housed in the rural church of the Madonna di Gallana.[1]


  1. ^ of Oria, tourism itinerary.