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Tempio dell'Incoronata, Lodi

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  • A few steps from piazza della Vittoria we arrive at the entrance of this church that almost hides along the row of buildings; the glance of the magnificent interior is breathtaking; the dome is a rare beauty to architecture and paintings, and the whole Church invites you to stay a long time in prayer and admiration.
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  • A church centuries ago on the ruins of a bordello. A jewel object of visits by tourists from all over the world, as evidenced by the signatures available to all visitors. A must see, to taste, to be admired for who is having to praise!
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  • Undoubtedly one of the jewels of Lodi. Not to be missed if you are in town, a few steps from the Duomo and from Piazza (which is one of the most beautiful of Lombardy).
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  • This temple is one of the most beautiful pearls of Lodi ... invite anyone wishing to do so to vote this jewel of inestimable historic value to the site the "luoghidelcuore" of the F.A.I.
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  • wonderful Church, I never expected to find in Lodi this immense masterpiece.
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  • Awesome Church! Invaluable heritage of Lombard art. To visit!
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  • Beautiful church full of artistic and historical elements
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  • Gorgeous: it's a priceless museum Church we must appreciate it more ...
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