Chiesa di San Andrea
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Chiesa di San Andrea information
Lonely Planet review
This 12th-century church was built outside the original city walls, hence its windowless (fortified) state. The facade is enlivened by a relief of the Journey and Adoration of the Magi (1166) and inside is a marble pulpit carved by Giovanni Pisano (1298–1301).