Home / Travel Guides / Europe / Italy / Verona / Verona / San Lorenzo

San Lorenzo, Verona

View gallery

1 photos

Below are pictures and videos. Select what you want to view below.

Contact: +39 045 806 8680
Open Hours: Mo to Su from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
This is a typical Veronese Romanesque church. It is enclosed and still has several open air women's galleries. It was built in the 8th Century but it was reconstructed around 1110 with the addition of the "classic" Romanesque naves and cross vaulting. The façade is flanked by two round towers of varying heights, built in tuff and brick. The base of the left hand tower is made up of a large Roman stone with sculpted reliefs, inside which is the winding staircase to the women's galleries. The three naves are divided by crossed pillars and marble columns with capitals dating from various ages.