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Basilica di San Zeno Maggiore

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Mathia
Mathia
November 13, 2019
On the opposite side of the center with respect to the residence "Il Vicolo". One of the masterpieces of Romanesque architecture in Italy, the Basilica of San Zeno is one of the most important buildings of the city. And 'dedicated to the eighth bishop of Verona, a saint of African origin that are…
Michela E Fabio
Michela E Fabio
July 21, 2018
La chiesa del Santo Patrono della città, è uno dei più begli esempi di architettura romanica ancora esistenti in Italia (a pagamento). The Saint Patron's church is one of the most beautiful examples of romanesque style still standing in Italy (under payment)
Simo
Simo
August 9, 2017
this is a nice place with a stunning churh , around the area ,lot of bars and restaurants. 10 mins walk from Castelvecchio along the river walk
Francesca
Francesca
May 28, 2017
medioeval church with a nice surround
Maria Vittoria
Maria Vittoria
August 11, 2016
Built in the 1120s and 30s, this is one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in Italy. It has an imposing façade and an impressive bell tower that is mentioned in the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri. Inside are fresco-clad walls and a crypt with the remains of Saint Zeno.

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“Begun in the twelfth century and several times raised, since 1464 is the highest tower in Verona. From the panoramic belfry, accessible by a long flight of stairs or using an elevator. you can enjoy a breathtaking view that branches off from the city center up to the surrounding mountains. On the north-east of Piazza delle Erbe and Roman Palazzo della Ragione is dominated by an imposing tower, with its 84 meters of height seems to oversee a fatherly watch over the square and traders working for it. And 'Tower of the City, better known as Lamberti Tower in memory of the powerful family from Verona who had it built. Its construction began in 1172 following the Romanesque style typical of the era and even today visible in the lower part, made of brick alternating with tuff. Over the centuries it has undergone various elevations, in a series of materials and styles always in tune with each other happily, until 1464 when, with the addition of an octagonal belfry above the windows three-mullioned windows has become the highest tower in Verona. A final intervention at the end of the eighteenth century to enter the clock still running and visible from Piazza Bra. Inside already in 1295 had been placed both bells, rintoccando hours, regulating the pace of city life: the Rengo and Marangona. The Rengo was the largest and was used to call people to gather during the most important moments of city life or to give the alarm in case of danger for the city. The Marangona (from "joiner" in Veronese dialect means carpenter) was used to scan the working hours of the artisans of the city center and gave the alarm if there was a fire.”
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城堡
“You can go both on the walls of the castle and on those of the bridge. Of course you can take a walk on the bridge for free and I think it’s really suggestive in the evening.”
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地點
2 Piazza San Zeno
VenetoVerona37123
電話045 800 6120