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Beautiful little church in the town square in Varenna, the black granite floor and alters are magnificent, it’s well preserved and well worth a look as you wander through the prettiest town on Lake Como
The parish church of San Giorgio dates back to the 13th century and is located in the square of the same name in the center of Varenna.
Built on a small temple dating back to the 12th century and reworked in later periods, it was...More
The largest of several churches on the main piazza in Varenna. All are free entry, although the other smaller churches are not always open.
This one is a solid, heavy looking building rather than a pretty church. The tall bell tower is probably the most...More
Chiesa di San Giorgio is the main church located in Varenna, the most beautiful town located in the lakeside of Lago di Como, in the North of Italy. The church was built in the 14th Century and it is located in the main square of...More
The church tower is easily recognizable when approaching Varenna by boat and it stands out among the pastel colored houses and it looks better that way. Up close the Piazza San Giorgio is too small for you to step back to get a good perspective....More
I always love stopping in the old historical churches in Europe. Perhaps you would have even greater appreciation for the religious impact if you are catholic. I just enjoy them for the history and artistic beauty.
This church sits on one side of a beautiful piazza. It is just incredibly beautiful with a tall bell tower. Several really good restaurants are in the square as well. From the top of the steps leading to the church the town is within view...More