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This is like a labyrinth of 7 churches built between the 5th and 11th centuries. Out of the seven churches there are currently only 4. The place is very interesting and you should visit it if you are in Bologna.
Really interesting multi-church. Nice architecture for non religions people too.
Free admission Very impressive and ancient Basilica. Worth a visit. Keep in mind that all the detaild about the art works are in Italian only.
Built to emulate the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, this complex consists of several churches built in different historical period. The result is impressive, and although not majestic as San Petronio or San Pietro, Santo Stefano is probably the most beloved church by locals. It might be its magical atmosphere, where time seems to be frozen.
Good place to spend time in bologna city center. Common place for art students. Good restaurants and bars. 7 churches in city center and each one with different application and history. Very close to city center but very quiet. If you want to see a totally different and surprising vision of city center, it is the place that you ard looking for. But, there is not a lot of facilities like public toilets or tourist information.
Not the usual church. Instead, you will find several back patios with a cool medieval option. Small donations are welcome but it's all free
Fascinating church to visit. Designed to replicate a visit to the Holy Land. Quite interesting architecturally as a result. Also set in a nice piazza for a coffee or a drink.
Bautiful place. Great history. A must see.
Wonderful monumental complex consisting of several Romanesque churches and small museum. Must see place at Bologna. Admission is free but any donation is welcomed and highly appreciated. Visitors are allowed to take non commercial photo without flash light.
A place you must visit! From the outside you just get no clue of what you will find inside. The name is a fact! Plus amongst the various sections there is also a small shop for selling natural traditional remedies. It would take a good hour to visit. Mind the opening hours!