San Michele in Foro is a Roman Catholic church located in Lucca, Tuscany, central Italy. It was built before the 8th century and was rebuilt by Pope Alexander II after 1070. There are a large number of sculptures inside, and there are two other angels on the top, next to it is the 4-meter-long statue of St. Michael the Archangel. According to legend, there will be a huge diamond on the angel's finger.
San Michele in Foro is a Roman Catholic church in Lucca, built on the ancient Roman Forum. It was the seat of Consiglio Maggiore, the most important council of the commune until 1370. It was rebuilt by Pope Alexander II after 1070. It is worth noting that the facade was built in the 13th century and contains a large number of sculptures and inlays, many of which were rebuilt in the 19th century.
圣米歇尔(San Michele in Foro)是位于意大利中部托斯卡纳卢卡的罗马天主教教堂，建在古老的罗马广场(Foro)上。 直到1370年，它一直是公社最重要的议会Consiglio Maggiore的所在地。 它致力于大天使迈克尔。教堂在795年被首次提及。 它是由教皇亚历山大二世在1070年后重建的。 值得注意的是建于13世纪的立面，里面有大量的雕塑和镶嵌物，其中许多是在19世纪重建的。 下部有一系列的盲区，其中央包括主要入口。 上部由大量铁材料制成以抵抗风，具有四个阶的小型凉廊。 在山顶上，还有另外两个天使，旁边是长4米的天使长圣迈克尔雕像。