It is a famous church in the old city of Verona, between Cavor Road and Adige. It is inferred that the church may have been built in the fourth century. It has a history of more than 1600 years. The exterior is simple and elegant, and the interior decoration is particularly luxurious and exquisite. The afterglow of the setting sun shrouded the church, very fascinating.
The tourism management in Verona feels quite chaotic. For example, there is a ticket office in front of other churches. It is said that there are 4 main churches in Verona, including this cathedral. Tickets are all 2.5 euros. But buying a 4 church ticket can be as cheap as 6 euros, saving 4 euros, so I bought it. But when I came to this church, it turned out to be free and open, and no tickets were sold at all. . . Suddenly felt trapped. Moreover, this church is relatively small, and its interior decoration is relatively simple. It feels not as spectacular as the Santa Anastasia Church.
Verona belongs to a wealthy city, so there are four very famous churches here, two are Italian Gothic and two are Italian Romanesque. Saint Zenon is one of the Romanesque churches in Italy. There are ancient frescoes on the walls of the church, and the doorposts are constructed of marble. Show that its church is luxurious.