San Gervasio, Mondolfo

San Gervasio dei Bulgari is a Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church located in Mondolfo, province of Pesaro and Urbino, region of Marche, Italy.

San Gervasio façade.


The church is ancient, founded perhaps in the 5th or 6th century, in a territory inhabited in those times by Bulgar immigrants. The church has a basilica layout with three naves. It may have formerly been a barracks in Ancient Roman times for the Ad Pirum Filumeni. The crypt has a 6th-century sarcophagus that supposedly held the body of St Gervasius, patron of the town.[1]