Chiesa di San Lorenzo
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Chiesa di San Lorenzo information
Southwest from Piazza delle Erbe towards the Ponte Scaligero is the Chiesa di San Lorenzo , a Romanesque church raised in the early 12th century but much altered with Gothic and Renaissance additions. The most unusual element – virtually unique in Italy – are the two cylindrical towers that flank the entrance.