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Architectural nightmare, but visitor joy! Nearly a maze of church buildings all interlocked an built over a 1000 years. The copy (ancient) of the holy sepulchre (pulpit) is worth the visit alone. We went on Sunday, and you can view a pricy antiques market outside...More
This complex is formed, as with many churches in this area, by a series of additions over the centuries. The result is a fascinating and diverse collection of styles of architecture with a memorable collection of paintings on wood from the 14th. century recovered during...More
Amazing site! Great historical & archaeological value!
First built at 300 ..!!! Amazing transformation journey of this building sets through the years !
Also it’s a rare sight and little known that the place has a “copy” of the Christ’s holy tomb from Jerusalem!
Just 4-5 min. walking from the Towers you can find this peaceful place, a little piazza with San Stefano church, with its typical bolonian red colours. Another beautiful corner of the city. Entrance is free.
If you like cloisters, beautiful brickwork, blissful spaces and history you will find this amazing complex of buildings a delight. A brick cupola to die for. We were there alone, reasonably early before any tours had descended.
We wandered through the various stages of building...More
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It is open everyday from 8 am to 7 pm everyday. When is the mass the guide tour can be suspended , but if you are only few people is possible with discretion.And sometime in the summer at the mid day is closed.For be sure... More
It is open everyday from 8 am to 7 pm everyday. When is the mass the guide tour can be suspended , but if you are only few people is possible with discretion.And sometime in the summer at the mid day is closed.For be sure you can call to the Curia Arcivescovile (Archbishop) of Bologna at 051/6480611 for more info.