Stand back and take in the exterior before entering and admiring the interior. Only a couple of other people in there on our visit and no charge to enter.
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This Lombard Romanesque style basilica w/ bell tower originates from the 7th C. but was rebuilt in 1155 and is located in the center of Pavia. The exterior has two sandstone facades with the main one featuring three decorated portals, six double & two single...More
This is perhaps the most notable church in Pavia, a place where kings were crowned in days of old. It is a fine example of the Romanesque style, around 12th or 13th century. Go down into the crypt via the steps near the altar and...More
This is one of the places where I brought a New Zealand girl to visit. It is a piece of Italian's history because it was there that some ancient kings became kings ( they put them the crown in the head). It is a place...More
This is one of the most impressive rοmanesque basilicas of Pavia. The visit was definitely worthwhile. A monument that should certainly see.
Whilst the Duomo was a bit of a let down, San Michel mad up for it. It is difficult to describe how beautiful this ancient basilica is. Just marvel at the outside before stepping in and being blown away. Loved it!!!!! To bad there was...More
this is one of many beautiful old cathedrals and churches in Pavia. Beautiful interior artwork. Must see!
A truly stunning medieval building both inside and out. The whole neighbourhood is full of surprises and great to wander round.
A historic place for Europe and an ever impressive building in terms of architecture and art. You'll be impressed.