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Chiesa di San Pietro Martire, Verona

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  • The first thing, commenting that the location that TripAdvisor is not correct; This small church is located in the Plaza of Santa Anastasia, next to the basilica of the same name; also known as San Giorgetto. Construction began at the end of the 13th century, sponsored by the Dominican monks. During the Napoleonic occupation was desecrated, causing that this church was Deconsecrated by the Church shall. In 1807 the Austrians gave the Church to the city of Verona. Inside it is possible to see many frescoes, highlighting the Unicorn hunt painted by Giovanni Maria Falconetto in the early 16th century. The entrance to the Church is free.
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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 »