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If you are at least remotely interested in Romanesque art, it's an absolute must-see. It was open throughout the day in September, also a fiendly volonteer gave me a free personal tour. The chapel - it's magnificent - can be illuminated, 1 euro for 10...More
I strongly recommend also a visit to this church which is a small treasure. If you are doing the Via Francigena this is on your way. You can also receive a stamp if you ask for it. This church was very important for Longobard kings....More
Wonderfully dark, interesting capitals, front is sadly very eroded, but there are many different Michael Archangel bas-reliefs if you look. Don't miss it. It is also often open all day with knowledgeable volunteers
This is perhaps the most notable church in Pavia, a place where kings were crowned in days of old. It is a fine example of the Romanesque style, around 12th or 13th century. Go down into the crypt via the steps near the altar and...More