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Church of St. Anastasia is really plain on the outside but once you pass through the doors there is inlay mosaics, statues, golden figures, beautiful paintings and much more. Stop in snd see the history and the art together.
Although its façade was plain, I found the interior of the Chiesa di Sant Anastasia beautiful and not overdone. The ceiling vaults were painted in graceful florals. The side arches bore pairs of various patterns – vines and flowers interspersed with shields showing a gold...More
I visited this church because it was included as part of the Verona Card and I was so glad I did. It was spectacular and very interesting. When you visit the churches in Verona, you get an audio guide included in the entry price. This...More
Too many reviews on Trip Advisor emphasize the 3€ entrance fee, or the Verona card. A magnificent medieval Church of this stature shouldn't be reduced to such trivial discussion. In addition to the art and architectural marvels there is sense of history and spiritually that...More
The architecture and paintings were very impressive and we spent some time wandering around. The ceiling decoration is well worth the visit alone. If you have time to visit, buy the ticket for all four churches.
The Basilica di S. Anastasia has one of the best preserved medieval interiors in Italy. We also found a rather amusing hunchback holding a basin of holy water (made by Paolo Veronese's father). In one of the side chapels there was an interesting historical artifact:...More