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Chiesa di San Pietro Martire, Verona

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  • Beside the most famous, and beautiful, Church of Sant'Anastasia lies this church, also known as San Giorgetto, desecrated since the days of Napoleon. The Interior is completely bare, but there are interesting remains of paintings on the walls. Admission is free. Beside the entrance to the tomb of William of Castelbarco.
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  • This building is a disused church but it still has interesting frescoes. We saw there was a bicycle picture exhibition (free) inside which was definitely worth seeing- lots of photos of bikes in inter...  more »
  • It is located on the left side of the basilica of Santa Anastasia, now desecrated, is one of the most beautiful religious buildings of the 14th century veronese, which retains much of the pictorial decoration of the era. Open to offer free by volunteers Legambiente. Above the arch which gave access to the convent of the Dominicans is the urn of Guglielmo di Castelbarco. Inside there are frescoes of 300: the fresco of the Crucifixion, depictions of devotees in weapons that St. George and other Saints present to our Lady; a magnificent 16th-century fresco allegory of the Annunciation, built by the veronese painter and architect Giovanni Maria Falconetto.
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