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This basilica is known for the presence of the Holy Hosts that are kept here and are still physically incorrupt since 1730. The Eucharistic miracle of Siena offers us the chance to witness Christ’s presence and his love even today. Very touching.
The church was built in the first half of the 13th century in Romanesque style, but it was enlarged in the 15th century and turned into a big Gothic building. It is an interesting design, based on the Egyptian cross plan with a nave covered...More
A tranquil spiritual experience augmented by the lack of visitor crowds and street noise. A church for prayer and personal reflection not only a museum although many of the frescoes, art and stained glass are of museum quality and in themselves worth a visit. We...More
I've seen so many and was this one going to be any different? Of course it was.
We parked nearly and it was then easy to take the little escalator to the top - ta da - there we were.
With high ceilings and austentatious...More