San Lorenzo Cathedral

Piazza San Lorenzo (Genoa)


Oggi: Chiuso


Is a medieval church built between 1100.
The façade has Gothic portals, for which French workers were called in the second decade of the 13th century, and over the white and black bands, which in medieval times was a symbol of nobility, typical local usage.
A legend in the city stopped San Lorenzo and Pope Sixtus II, bound for Spain, and was housed in a house located in the area of the present Cathedral, where, after killing them would arise, a chapel and a church dedicated to the Saint


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