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Chiesa di Sant'Anastasia
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Owner description: This imposing Gothic building is the largest in Verona.
Reviewed July 30, 2014

I had that advice and they were correct. It is amazing, the art is stunning. Explore the rooms and chapels that are connected to the church. They are mysterious.

They should run guided tours or give you a recorded option. It would have been more enjoyable to learn more about it from more than a small pamphlet.

Would be good for teens.

Thank Nryan2008
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Reviewed July 25, 2014

Incredible. Competes with Il Duomo di Verona as the most stunning church.Incredible colours of marble inside. A lovely spot.

Thank Martin S
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Reviewed July 21, 2014

This church was a lovely surprise, being full of history and art. The various altars are beautiful and there are many frescos to see too. We were very fortunate that an organist was practising while we were in, giving the whole experience a load of atmosphere.

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Reviewed July 20, 2014

The largest church in Verona , a Gothic construction erected by the Dominicans between 1291 and 1323, later reworked (1423-1481 ) has an unfinished facade and gives no hint of the exquisite beauty of the interior. One is met by a pair of 16C fonts -Acquasantiere dei Gobbi- whose bases are carved crouching figures ( hunchbacks ). After appreciating the statuary, it is worth while looking upwards at the glorious decoration of the roof and marvelling at its beauty. Moving toward the altar one can see the masterpiece of the interior, San Giorgio e la Principessa by Pisanello. Since my last visit, a multi-lingual commentary has been installed which not only offers an explanation of the component parts, but also allows an enhanced view of the details which are not readily visible since the fresco is about 2 metres above the ground. These are the highlights of a building rich in decoration and which is probably the most beautiful in Verona.
Do go and see for yourself and enjoy a sight to remember. This is one of the six churches included in the Verona card for 5 euros.

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Reviewed July 17, 2014

An attractive church with pretty decoration as well as the paintings/murals etc of local artists. Easy to reach over the Roman bridge or through the town and only 2.5 euros.

Thank Elizabeth M
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