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This small battistero is adjacent to the Museo Arcivescovile and admission is included in the price of a ticket to all five UNESCO sites. The mosaics and tile work are spectacular and well worth a quick visit.
There is not much to see, but the ceiling was brilliant. I made reference to the bland exterior of this building contrasted by the sumptuous interior decoration of this building when I taught art history, so it was quite thrilling to view it in person....More
It is the most ancient monument of Ravenna. It shows Byzantine Roman style of mosaics. The dome shows he Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan. this is one of the oldest mosaic scenes of Christ's Baptism in a Unesco monument building.
If you are staying in Ravenna or in the vicinity, this place is definitely worth a visit. The entrance fee is only 9EUR and it is part of a package that lets you visit 4 other amazing places. It’s a small place and the visit...More
The Neonian Baptistery was erected (probably) towards the beginning of the V century on the initiative of the Bishop Urso and restored by Bishop Neone (450-475) inserting the current interior decoration. The building has an octagonal structure and is under the current ground level for...More
For just 9.50 get a ticket to see the top 5 mosaic encrusted buildings that are part of this Unesco world heritage site. The work that must have taken years to create these beautiful portraits and pictures, all those stars are astounding and equally astonishing...More
You need to sit and take this one in. But once again the mosaics speak for themselves.The font in the centre is full of little coins that look like mosaics themselves. Never really understood the need to do that.