The Baptistery of Pisa, also known as the Baptistero di San Giovanni, is a Roman Catholic church building in Pisa, Italy. It was built in 1152 and is the second ancient building in Pisa's Miracoli, between the cathedral and the bell tower. The bell tower is the famous leaning tower of Pisa. The Baptistery, designed by Diotisalvi, can be seen on two pillars inside the building with its signature dated 1153.
A circular building, located between the Leaning Tower and Pisa Cathedral, occupies a prominent position in the center of the Piazza dei Miracoli. The lower part of the building is loose and the upper part is fine, forming a beautiful rhythm.
The Baptistery of Pisa, also known as the Baptistery of St. John, is a circular building on the left of Pisa’s Miracle Square. The building is a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic styles, especially the huge dome with a diameter of 35 meters. Conspicuous. The baptistery is the largest baptistery in Italy, and there is a large baptistery in the auditorium. Moreover, it is said that the sound effect and lighting inside this baptistery are very good. The exterior decoration of the baptistery is also very beautiful
【Pisa Baptistery】It is the first round building on the left after entering the square from the main entrance. It is the baptistery built in 1153.
It adopts a mix of Romanesque and Gothic style, with a huge dome 35 meters in diameter and four exquisitely carved gates.
As soon as you enter it, you can see a large baptism basin like a bathtub, which is used to soak the body in water for baptism.
The exterior of the baptistery is a semicircular dome building with a red top and a white main structure. A very large building. The baptistery, the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the main church stand on the Piazza dei Miracoli. It is very shocking to see with your own eyes and it is worth a visit.
Most visitors to Pisa always focus on the Leaning Tower. In fact, the cathedral and baptistery on the side are not to be missed. The sound and lighting effects inside the baptistery are very good. Poems sing every 30 minutes. The effect is really amazing. Shockingly, there is an exquisite wooden pulpit in the middle, which is also a historical work.