Collegiate of Saint Archangel Michael
This impressive building can be considered the symbol of Città Sant'Angelo and its inhabitants.
Its construction is linked to the early mediaeval time and the spread of the cult of Saint Michael in the village. This church became a collegiate church and then a cathedral in the 14th century.
The precious portico, featuring its elegant columns and arches, the 14th-century sculptural portal and the distinctive bell tower make the church one of the best architectural examples of Abruzzo Romanesque architecture.
Saint Francis Church
The Church of St. Francis is located in the heart of the village and is part of a larger 13th-century convent complex, a relevant building that is connected to the worship of Saint Francis in the area.
The exterior of the building features all the typical elements of the medieval churches of the minor holy orders, such as the façade and a splendid example of a polychrome sculpted portal defined as "the portal of wonders".
Saint Claire Church
The Church of Saint Claire is an impressive building, in every architectural aspect.
The trilobate plan, the mighty central dome and the interior volumes, enriched with splendid painted decorations, make it a real jewel of Baroque art and a one-of-a-kind church in the regional artistic panorama.
Townhall - Cloister of the former St. Francis Convent
This wonderful cloister, that has been the municipality seat since 1809, was the former connecting area between the various parts of a monastery building, traced back to the late 13th century.
Its structure preserves all the elements of a medieval building, such as the squared plan marked by a monumental colonnade with low arcades, creating a unique and timeless atmosphere.
The Townhall boardroom is located in one of the most enchanting architectural contexts of Città Sant'Angelo.
The boardroom is set in the Hortus/Courtyard-Garden of a medieval monastic building, it amazes for its beauty and the special view over the roofs, bell towers and historic buildings of the town.
The City Theatre
The theatre stands on a former medieval church, that was later used as a refectory by the Franciscan monks during the 13th century.
The building was converted to a theatre in the 19th century. Its stunning façade and the Art Nouveau interiors are part of the rich panorama of artistic styles, linked to the development and diffusion of neoclassical architecture in the area, making it a charming and fascinating place.
Luigi Chiavetta Museum - former Church of Saint Saviour
This museum is located in the spectacular late-baroque church of San Salvatore ad Castellum.
Several archaeological remains, from different historical periods, including amphorae and remains from the Roman time, a prehistoric elephant defence and the important collection of Chjnocchie (small cultic statues that are an expression of popular tradition) live permanently here.