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The church was rebuilt in the 11th century, but it was mentioned even in the 8th century. The name indicates that it was located at the site of the Roman forum. The facade, from the 13th century, is the most notable part of the building,...More
This beautiful building is built over the ancient Roman forum within the walls of Lucca. Steeped in history its ornately decorated facade is the highlight of many photo reels from Lucca. Inside it is not as decorated as the other churches / cathedrals in Lucca...More
Lucca is a bustling city and even though there are tourists it is not overwhelmed by them, at least not when we We there . We found navigating the city very easy and the mostly pedestrian streets were very people friendly . Lots of quiet...More
This basilica has an interesting facade and a legend that the Archangel has an enormous diamond on a finger of his left hand that is sometimes visible. On our first visit to Lucca many years ago, with three friends late at night, my wife and...More
This church is really beautiful and is located on a busy square with lots of little restaurants and cafes. To enjoy the square you don’t have to go to any of the cafes, just sit on the steps and watch life pass by.