There is a church of the Virgin Mary in Arezzo. The front of the church is in Roman architectural style and has a beautifully decorated front. It is the best embodiment of the Romanesque style in Tuscany.
This is the Catholic Church of Sydney Archdiocese, used to wind in Australia's Virgin Mary.
A 12th-century church with no column on its outer wall that is repeated, indicating that it is of an unusual position. A uniquely grand archway-style Roman facade, a bit like the Cathedral of Pisa. The relief on the main entrance symbolizes 12 months of the year. The 14th-century bell tower has 40 holes, which are the symbol of the city. The interior is quite large, but not too much decoration, and it looks a bit empty.
St Mary's Cathedral stands in the heart of Sydney with windows that are most featured in colours
The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci is probably the most mysterious painting in the world, this 15th century fresco is painted on the back wall of the restaurant of the Abbey of Santa Maria de la Grazia, and it is a real treat to walk into the Abbey and see for yourself It was a great experience to improve your aesthetic and appreciation