San Francesco d'Assisi a Lunghezzina is a 21st century public chapel at Via Guardiagrele in the new suburb of Lunghezzina. This is in the Lunghezza zone.
The dedication is to St Francis of Assisi.
A new, formally planned neighbourhood called Lunghezzina was laid out south-east of Lunghezza in the first decade of the 21st century (the name comes from a farmstead some distance to the north-east).
In response, a chapel was opened at the south-west corner of the layout. This is where the Via Guardiagrele begins, although the chapel has no street number (yet).
The chapel is a simple prefabricated structure on a rectangular plan, more attractive than the usual specimens of this type. It has five bays, and the concrete slabs in between the support piers are rendered in a pale orange. The roof is in a striking pale purple colour.
Mass is celebrated on Wednesdays at 18:00, and on Sundays and Solemnities at 10:30.
This is according to the parish website (June 2018).
The chapel has no online identity yet, apart from Mass time listings.