Caterina, born in Siena, the year before 1348, marked the Black Death. She once saw Jesus appear here and decided to marry and serve Jesus. Later, she succeeded in persuading the then Pope from Avignon. When I returned to Rome and was canonized, I felt good after going there, but the area is not very large.
The Church of San Domenico in Siena is a church located in the old city and one of the main churches in Siena. The church has a T-shape and is very large. The church as a whole is Gothic-Byzantine, without a pillar in the internal lobby, the space is quite large, and the decoration is very distinctive.
The Basilica di San Domenico (Basilica di San Domenico) is a church in Siena, Tuscany, Italy. The exterior design shows that it is a very early building (Medieval features, no flying buttresses, large windows, The Collins Column) was built in 1226-1265, and was expanded into the current Gothic building in the 14th century, with a tall bell tower (which became low after the earthquake in 1798). On the left side of the nave is the "Virgin and Child". The first altar on the right has the reliquary of St. Catalina. The next St. Catalina Chapel houses her head and thumb, as well as the painting by Sodom "Santa Catarina fainting and superpower", and Francesco Vanni's "San Catalina Exorcism." Saint Gali once helped Gregory XI (Pope) move the Holy See of the Holy See from Avignon, France back to Rome, Italy, and promoted the establishment of peace between Italian cities and states. And one of the saints of the female protagonist in Europe.