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ShowMeSomething wrote a review May 2019
Washington DC333 contributions142 helpful votes
This wonderful church was built in the 11th century, with 15th century frescoes. Don't miss the cloister with its amazing Old Testament capital carvings.
Date of experience: April 2019
global-wanderer1 wrote a review Aug 2018
london69 contributions93 helpful votes
Beware parking in Aosta is impossible so do not think of breaking your trip there. If you are not staying then pass on by.
Date of experience: August 2018
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Harry F wrote a review Jun 2017
Legnano, Italy319 contributions122 helpful votes
I did notice that the reviews do not mention the crypt below the alter. To the right of the alter you will see a sign that says crypt. Go down and take a look, very interesting. There is a tunnel under the figure of the saint. It is said that if you suffer from a bad back and you crawl through the tunnel you will be healed. The church is beautiful of course. The cloister next door is also very nice. Look at the cornice at the top of the columns. The represent the story of of the life of Jesus. It takes a little work but you can follow it around to courtyard. Enjoy…
Date of experience: June 2017
PessaDeb wrote a review May 2016
Valdosta, Georgia28 contributions3 helpful votes
This beautiful church is the history of Aosta. Be sure to visit the courtyard next door. The carved altar seating is beautiful.
Date of experience: June 2015
aa27 wrote a review Dec 2015
Lausanne, Switzerland545 contributions213 helpful votes
Externally there is a nice cloister, with different decorations on each column. Internally, among the rest, a piece of ancient mosaic on the floor that by itself is worth the visit.
Date of experience: December 2015