Saint Nicolò, Treviso

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  • There are many paintings, but its size and grandeur believe mystical atmosphere. To try: compare your hand with the site of man's foot painting on the right wall. Then visit the rooms of the cloister: top Tomaso da Modena painted the Dominican monks who inhabited the convent. One of them wears glasses: perhaps the first painting of a pair of glasses.
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  • Church of considerable size, is the largest of Treviso, built in the Gothic style. Gorgeous frescoes on some columns performed by Tommaso da Modena, particularly those depicting Saint Jerome, Saint Romuald and St Agnes (considered the most beautiful face of 300), beautiful also the fresco in the sacristy of the school of Giotto, unearthed a decade ago, for centuries remained hidden behind a wooden wall cladding. To visit.
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  • This church is a must visit! Both inside and outside is really beautiful: large and well decorated!
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  • Is one of the most beautiful gothic churches of Treviso and the largest in the town, passing the same Cathedral. Has considerable dimensions as at the end of 1200, was to become the new papacy under Pope Benedict XI who was Dominican monk in the adjoining convent. Unfortunately, like other holy places under the Napoleonic period before and with the Allied bombing during World War II, much of the frescoes were stolen or destroyed, making it a first observation bare. In fact you can still see a lot and deserves a visit just for its frescoes by Tomaso da Modena. His Sant'Agnese for purity and style (it's on the first column to the right when you enter), has earned the nickname of "Mona Lisa". A curiosity about the winter solstice and the lighting of all Saints present above the arches of the nave around midday. Due to the orientation of the temple you can see this particular luminous phenomenon every 21 December. More detailed information can be found inside the Church where package leaflets. They really deserve it.
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  • Greater, and in my opinion, the most beautiful church of Treviso. Its construction was finished in the year 1282. Its interior is beautiful with many works and frescos, your size is impressive. Was heavily bombed in World War II.
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  • Very nice and very easy. The ceiling. A real surprise!
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  • Parish closing. Who knows what will become ...
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  • Beautiful church in Romanesque/Gothic with valuable works of art 👍
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