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Chiesa di San Fermo, Verona
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
Famous for its wooden ceiling, Chiesa di San Fermo holds the remains of two local saints. Completed in the 15th century, the building combines elements of both Romanesque and Gothic styles. The wooden ceiling extends over the nave, while two paintings of the crucifixion occupy prominent spaces above the main and side entrances. Take a look at the tomb of Nicolo Brenzoni, a wealthy Veronese citizen who died in 1422. Considered a minor masterpiece, the tomb features elements carved by sculptor Nanni di Bartolo, as well as painted images by Renaissance artist Pisanello. Plan your Chiesa di San Fermo visit and explore what else you can see and do in Verona using our Verona travel itinerary planner.
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Después de leer las opiniones de TripAdvisor nos hemos dado cuenta que solo estuvimos en una parte de la iglesia, y que la otra en principio creemos que estaba cerrada en obras, al menos por las fotos... read more »After reading the opinions of TripAdvisor account we realized that we were only in a part of the Church, and the other in principle we believe was closed in works, at least for the pictures they publish other users. There are two completely different churches in images. The Church is beautiful, all in Italy, that however small that are very interesting.show original
ho avuto il piacere di visitare la chiesa inferiore durante un concerto di voci maschili...acustica fantastica!!!I had the pleasure of visiting the lower church during a concert of voices ... fantastic acoustic!show original
Interessante chiesa della città, ma attualmente gran parte degli interni e degli esterni sono in fase di restauro. Effettivamente ce ne era bisogno, visto che rispetto a San Zeno o Sant'Anastasia, si ... read more »Interesting Church of the city, but much of the Interior and exterior are being restored. Actually there was no need, since compared to San Zeno or Sant'Anastasia, lies in a State of preservation much worse. Anyway at the bottom there are small, but precious frescos of 1100, among the oldest found in the city and beyond.show original
Unusual wooden roof with images of 416 saints
Andrea PiccoSan Zeno is not composed only by the Church that can be seen externally but also has an older Romanesque church under it. both structures have a unique charm. Struck me particularly the pulpit recently restored with its massive and fantastic.show original
Paolo GuglielminiLess famous than other churches but no less beautiful, unique wooden ceilingshow original
Andrea CastiglioniBeautifulshow original
Dario Di PernaClosed you cannot access it, despite the ticket paid.show original
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