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Dark and Old

Everything has its beauty and mystery, I guess this church does too. Seemed very dark with darker... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2018
Patricia D
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Amherst, Massachusetts
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An Attractive Church

San Stefano originated in the 5th century and was reconstructed in the 12 century after a fire... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2016
BennyMalaga
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Malaga, Spain
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23 May 2018
“Dark and Old”
19 Nov 2017
“The Basicia is next to the Ossa Bones church”
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Reviewed 23 May 2018 via mobile

Everything has its beauty and mystery, I guess this church does too. Seemed very dark with darker pictures and alter area. Wouldn’t seek it out with everything else there is to do.

Thank Patricia D
Reviewed 19 November 2017

A very nice Basilica beside the Ossa Bones church. Very Dark beautiful and peaceful inside. There is no admission fee and worth a 15 minute visit.

Thank Joyce P
Reviewed 6 September 2016

We were looking the the Ossuary and thought it was in this church........It is infact just next door! Anyway we went inside and everything was rather dark and dreary with plaster falling off the ceiling, we thought we were on the set of a spooky...More

Thank sarahpWiltshire
Reviewed 20 May 2016

San Stefano originated in the 5th century and was reconstructed in the 12 century after a fire destroyed it in 1075. The style of the church is now Neoclassic. The main chapel is quite attractive and the church is quite large.

Thank BennyMalaga
Reviewed 13 November 2014

Close to the Duomo and the University. Famous building, representative for the period. The ceiling is particularly interesting.

Thank Ramona_ChM
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