Basilica di Sant’Anastasia
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Basilica di Sant’Anastasia information
Dating from the 13th to 15th centuries, the Gothic Chiesa di Sant’Anastasia is Verona’s largest church and a showcase for local art. The multitude of frescoes is overwhelming, but don’t overlook Pisanello’s storybook-quality fresco St George Setting out to Free the Princess from the Dragon in the Pisanelli Chapel , or the 1495 holy water font featuring a hunchback carved by Paolo Veronese’s father, Gabriele Caliari.