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We were not going to stop by due to the break between lunch and re-opening mid-afternoon, but as we passed by realized people were still entering the building, so we followed on in. Although similar to many of the other huge churches in Italy, it...More
Two of us paid a visit to this beautiful old and well maintained church in the square today as we wandered the streets on our second day in Parma. What a delight and we were very happy to be able to wander around, say a...More
With a Greek cross symmetric shape and 4 chapels one on each side it is quite an unusual church. It is richly decorated with frescoes and a beautiful cupola. It has a big pipe organ. Absolutely a must-see in Parma.
This Renaissance church, the Shrine of Santa Maria della Steccata is unique it its design: a Greek-cross. Located in Parma, Italy; the name "steccata" is a kind of fence that was used to control the many devotees who visited a venerated image of the Madonna...More
This odd shape church, it has got a shape closer to of a Greek Orthodox Church with the Greek cross, has got quite interesting frescoes inside. After seeing the cathedral this church was a bit of a disappointment