The red-brick church looks simple and authentic. The design of the gate is very special. It is composed of tuff and brick interlaced, which has a kaleidoscope effect. It is said that this is a Romanesque design, with a round arch on the main door and a tall column in the middle corridor. This is the most characteristic Romanesque architectural design in 1000. The rose window above is referred to as the "wheel of fortune", symbolizing the capricious nature and destiny mentioned in the doctrine. There is a bell tower with a spire behind it. This is the gothic style popular in the later trend, and architects have made innovative changes. Therefore, this church is the earliest example of local Romanesque architecture incorporating Gothic elements.
Walking into the church, the complex decorations let people know that this is the art palace built by artists behind the prosperous Christian civilization.
The Church of Santa Anastasia is one of the oldest churches in Verona. The exterior is made of red bricks. The arcade of the main entrance is made of marble, with beautiful patterns and carvings. The interior is more gorgeous than the exterior and it is worth visiting.
The red brick building is the largest church in Verona, completed in the 15th century. There is a holy pool that is very beautiful. There are many churches in Italy, so you can take a look at this if you have time.
Stayed in Verona for a while, came here from Juliet’s courtyard through the square, religious art is spectacular, the church itself dates back to the 13th century, where you can get a self-guided guide for two euros, the ceiling looks like Like decorated with brocade, the tiled floor is a patchwork pattern, telling stories from different periods.
Verona Church of Santa Anastasia Single entry 2.5 Euros Pass 6 Euros to enter 3 other churches The roof of the church is magnificent! There are not many people here
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