Società per la Conservazione della Basilica di Aquileia, Aquileia

(4.9/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
Built in the 11th century in a Romanesque style, Società per la Conservazione della Basilica di Aquileia represents an immaculately preserved Roman Catholic church with intricate mosaic floors. The floors have been covered in transparent flexi protection so that visitors can walk along them and take in the whole masterpiece. The long, impressive structure features arched columns, an abundance of early Christian art, and a crypt decorated in frescoes. Climb to the top of the bell tower and you'll be rewarded with a stunning view over the rolling countryside. Società per la Conservazione della Basilica di Aquileia is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our world travel planner, Aquileia Edition.
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  • In order to know our present you must understand our past. The Basilica and the adjacent sites represent a piece of our history ... recommend to visit
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  • You get to see the beautiful mosaics that decorate the floor of this Basilica. It's a wonderful thing tied to the history of the Patriarchs who lived and who participated in the Council therein happened.
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  • A beautiful basilica with its rich history, including the Hannibal's attack on his way to Rome. The facility is gorgeous, and definitely worth going to, although in Aquileia frà the Roman Museum, the basilica and other parts, the entrance fees charged me turn out to be in the end a bit too much and the price high for what you must visit. A joint admission considering the size and distance of what you must see, it wouldn't be such a strange thing ... considering that it's tourism, but also of culture.
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