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Monastero di San Giovanni Evangelista, Parma
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Monastero di San Giovanni Evangelista is located in Parma. Make Monastero di San Giovanni Evangelista a centerpiece of your Parma vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Parma tourist route planner.
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sono stata in questo luogo per un concerto fatto con il mio coro nel periodo quaresimale. veramente molto bello e suggestivo!!I've been to this venue for a concert made with my choir in the Lenten season. really very nice and impressive!!show original
Ele é marco central da Piazzale San Giovanni, sua cor amarelo chama atenção de turistas pelo contraste do entorno, e por ruas de pedra bruta. Farto acervo de obras, mas nada que seja tao exuberante.He is central mark of Piazzale San Giovanni, their yellow colour draws attention of tourists by the contrast of surroundings, and stone streets. Sick collection of works, but nothing that is so lush.show original
If you visit Parma it is worth junking round the side of the cathedral to see San Giovanni Evangelista. Attractive from both outside and in, it is a peaceful contract to the cathedral.
We visited the cloisters, and the ones of the Monastero di San Giovanni Evangelista are wonderful. Unfortunately you can't see all of them, but those that are free for the public are really nice. There's no entrance fee, but you can donate something before or after entering the cloisters.
Sergio ContrafattoThe Abbey of San Giovanni Evangelista is a Benedictine complex of the historical centre of Parma, Emilia Romagna. The vast collection of buildings includes the Church, the monastery and the old pharmacy. The Abbey basilica was rebuilt starting from about 1490, with a final draft in 1510 ended then in 1519 by Bernardino Z. (from Wiki)show original
Francesca BianchiBeautiful Benedictine Abbey with its cupola frescoed by Correggio. Magical to visit or just to spend a few minutes to calm the three cloisters, from one of which turns on to the precious library.show original
Cosmin SBeautiful Abbey, to visit especially inside, although many environments are always closed to tourists. Dear the Bellman.show original
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