Verona Churches

Since the early centuries of the Christian era, numerous places of worship have appeared in Verona and throughout its territory: churches, abbeys and monasteries. In almost two millennia of faith they developed into a priceless heritage of art, architecture, culture and history. Today they can be visited as part of guided itineraries to get to know a particular age or aspect of the city.

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In Verona

San Zeno

The church of Verona's patron saint, an unparalleled masterpiece of Romanesque architecture, mentioned in the Divine Comedy.

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Il Duomo

Santa Maria Matricolare is Verona's cathedral and the centre of a complex of religious buildings that surround it.

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Santa Anastasia

Verona's largest church, the ancient place of worship of noble families of knights in medieval Verona.

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San Fermo

A double church (upper and lower), a former Franciscan monastery, full of works of art, mysteries and secrets.

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San Giorgio

Its large Renaissance dome is a landmark along the Adige River. Inside is a masterpiece by Paolo Veronese.

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Santo Stefano

An impressive Romanesque church built on an ancient Roman temple was perhaps Verona's first cathedral.

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Santa Maria in Organo

Facing the former Acqua Morta canal. Inside are the extraordinary wooden inlays of Fra Giovanni.

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San Tommaso

Dedicated to St Thomas Becket, it is located on the ancient river island of Verona. Mozart played the organ there.

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San Bernardino

The XIV century church of a Franciscan monastery with its suggestive cloisters and works of art.

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Santa Maria Antica

The private church of the Scala family lords, with their monumental cemetery: the Arche Scaligere.

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Outside Verona

San Giorgio di Valpolicella

Built in the Longobard era on a prehistoric cult site, it retains all the ancient archaic atmosphere.

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San Floriano

In the heart of Valpolicella, the elegant and unmistakable Romanesque façade is reminiscent of San Zeno.

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San Severo

In Lazise, on Lake Garda, a Romanesque jewel. Inside, an unusual and mysterious cycle of frescoes.

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