The Basilica of San Lorenzo in Lucina (Italian: San Lorenzo in Lucina, Latin: S. Laurentii in Lucina) is an ancient Roman Catholic church in Rome, Italy. San Lorenzo. Lucina is the owner of this church.
The church of San Lorenzo was built in the fourth century AD, breaking the details of the foundation, the designer is uncertain. It was rebuilt several times in the following centuries. This is a very good construction project and an important historical monument. Just outside the old city walls around Milan, there is a courtyard in front.
This church is a Roman style building. The most impressive is the visit to the tomb, which contains the remains of the martyrs. The Roman Emperor Louis II is also buried here. But the remains of those martyrs can no longer be found.
Very old building, it is worth seeing.
The temple is very solemn and the interior is very luxurious.
I really like the kind of internal structure, which is the top effect of overlapping arcades like flowers blooming on all sides, which is reflected in the facade of this building. The building that looks dark on the outside and the black clock tower with no obvious spire is gorgeous inside. Whether it is the mural of the saint on the upper half of the dome or the statue of Christ on the side of the pillar, I really love this castle-like building Up