This church in Bardolino recieved a chaplain from the San Zeno Abbey put forward by the Abbot himself. It probably dates back ... More
Chiesa di San Zeno
This church in Bardolino recieved a chaplain from the San Zeno Abbey put forward by the Abbot himself. It probably dates back to the 11th century, when it was mentioned in a document, abandoned in the 16th century and then recovered again in the course of the 19th century. The exterior is not particularly remarkable, it is more impressive from the inside. The interior contains a single nave and six columns along the walls surmounted by Ionic capitals. The non-existent bell-tower was replaced by a bell set into the masonry. From Garda, it is a short way down the Gardesana main road, just before the Cavaion crossroads.
The Loggia is also known as the Loggia di San Matteo is to be found on the corner of Piazza
San Marco, just before the turning off to via Ricasoli. The portico was part of the hospital dedicated to ...
This building became the site of the only extermination camp in Italy with the German occupation in 1943. Civico Museo
della Risiera di San Sabba has been a national monument since 1965. Three thousand to five thousand people lost ...
This very old church, commissioned by the Doge Giustiniano Partecipazio and Byzantine Emperor Leo V, houses paintings by Bellini, Tintoretto,
Palma il Giovane, and Alessandro Vittoria. It was started by Antonio Gambello and finished by Mauro Codussi, who was ...