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This is one of several landmarks on Piazza Erbe. It is believed to have been built in 1081 on the site of a Roman temple. It was modified over the centuries, and last used for worship in the late 1500’s. It was restored and returned...More
The Rotonda replaced an old Roman temple dedicated to the godess Venus. The current building was dedicated to the martyr St. Lawrence, a deacon in Rome executed under the rule of the Roman Emperor Valerian in 258. The interior is pretty small, but well lit....More
This church stands in sharp contrast to the ornate and impressive basilica opposite it. It was recorded in history as early as 1050, and has suffered its ups and downs since. Thankfully, it has since been restored and provides a lovely example of medieval architecture,...More
Right in the heart of the historic center of Mantua, opposite the basilica, this ancien and simple gem is easy, free, and quick to visit; an oasis of calm.
There is a friendly person at the entrance who speaks English and will hand you a...More
We were nearly at the end of our time during a recent trip to northern Italy and gave ourselves one afternoon for Mantova (Mantua). It would have been nice to have had at least one more full day since the town was great. We simply...More
We were sightseeing Mantua, went to the Basilica di Sant'Andrea and saw this old little church just across the square. It's really small, nothing much to see in it, we spent a couple of minutes looking around. You can read about its history when you're...More