Perugia is also a city with a long history in Italy. There are many religious buildings and some very historical buildings here. Basically, it is mainly on foot. It is a good choice.
We walked to the side of the church and saw a half-opened iron door. We pushed the door and went in. The sight we saw here made us overjoyed-Siena's high and low houses, dotted with beautiful cathedrals and outstanding buildings Mangia Tower-this is the panorama I want to see most.
A big church, like it’s outside the town. I walked a long way. I ate a super delicious pizza (7 euros). Only the frescoes are very beautiful. The roof is not very beautiful, but the important thing is free
With a T-shaped structure, the entrance is on the lower side of the T-shaped structure, so when looking from the square in front of the church, there is an illusion that the decoration of the front facade seems to be placed on the side. There are no pillars in the middle, the space is quite large, and the worship halls are well decorated
I really didn't see that this was a church. I always thought it was a building that looked like a church.