Built by the Hermits in the 13th Century, this church has been restored several times; the present appearance is a result of ... More
Chiesa di Santo Stefano
Built by the Hermits in the 13th Century, this church has been restored several times; the present appearance is a result of renovations in the 15th Century and works done at the beginning of the 20th Century. Inside, note the tomb of the last commander in chief of the Republic and the Sepulchral monument to Bartolomeo D'Alviano, as well as the vestry and the cloisters of the old monastery. The vestry houses paintings by Tintoretto and the bell tower is one of the most renowned in Venice.
It is not known for certain who made the mid 14th century Golden Altar Piece. It is a masterpiece of
engraving that uses Byzantine ancient enamels, which originate from the pillage of Byzantium in 1204. The Treasure of San ...
Built in the 9th century, this church has a 16th century façade by Sansovino. On the portal there is the
portrait of Tommaso Rangone, a benefactor of the church and the first ordinary man to be portrayed in a ...
This church is an example of Renaissance architecture in Parma. It has a central Greek cross plan in a Bramante
like style, and was built between 1521 1539 following the design of an unknown architect. It was built by ...