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Basilica delle Vigne, Genoa

#17 of 85 in Historic Sites in Genoa
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Santa Maria delle Vigne is a Roman Catholic basilica church in Genoa, northern Italy. It is known from the 10th century. The main altar was completed in 1730 by Giacomo Antonio Ponsonelli. The church is also the final resting place of the leading early Italian composer Alessandro Stradella, who was murdered in 1682.Interior DecorationMadonna with Saints Leonardo and Stefano by Domenico Parodi.Madonna, Child, and Angels attributed to Giovanni Mazone.San Michele by Gregorio De Ferrari.St Catherine
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  • Stumbled across this church by accident - it was lovely inside, as is typical of the beautiful old churches of Italy. Not crowded, peaceful & a lovely surprise.  more »
  • This Church is rather simple outside but when you enter you's got a pleasant surprise. It's stunning. I think it's one of the most beautiful church in Genoa. My favourite part is the ceiling with the....  more »
  • Free pass for visit a little jewel of barroquian style. I strongly recommend it!
  • Impressive church a wonderful experience hidden in the city center although large it cannot be find immediately without searching for it
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