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All reviews meridian line take photos sun dial biggest church stained glass windows dante's inferno largest sundial side chapels san petronio sheer size big church patron saint beautiful interior white marble pay euros the main square worth a visit
After you visit the interior of San Petronio, make your way to the rear of the building from the outside. Here, an elevator or set of stairs will guide you to a terrace on top of the tower, From the top, you will have a...More
On the Piazza Maggiore along with BIG Buildings and Neptune.
I was told long ago that the reason the upper exterio was not finished was due to the Church not wanting to pay taxes. Didn't read that anywhere on this trip.
Must see, walk around...More
Well worth a visit just for the scale of the place and the unique sundial "line on the floor" what made it more interesting there was a service going on at the time, the small 2 Euro charge to take photos is a fair charge...More
Truly a beautiful structure! The architecture and artwork on the inside is breathtaking, and you are surrounded by tombs and statues. Pictures are allowed but you must make a 2 euro donation, which is pretty reasonable considering it's a tourist attraction.
However, you must not...More
Started by the city to their patron saint, the unfinished edifice is the result of a greedy cardinal and jealous Pope (it was intended to be larger than St. Peter's in Rome. A lot of interesting history and very beautiful frescoes inside. I found it...More