Sant' Anastasia in Verona   21826
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Location: Verona      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 20 October 2012
The Basilica of Saint Anastasia is definitely the most important gothic style religious monument in Verona.
Construction on the church started around 1290 and lasted a century. It was supported by the Scala family, however the name of the architect is not known.
The site chosen for the construction is very near to Lords’ Square, where the Scala family had their palaces; therefore Saint Anastasia presumably became the official church of their court.
The church is in the Italian gothic style, with three crossed naves and five polygonal apses.
There are 7 photos in horizontal; 24 mm (full format); f 2,8; 1/125 sec.; 500 ISO; no tripod.

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That's perfect! I can already imagine a beautiful book in a long rectangle format presenting the most beautiful cathedrals of Italy in this new visual style.
Herzlichst Christoph
2012/10/25 23:06 , Christoph Seger
I agree with Christoph - a perfect way to depict the nave of churches. Cheers, Martin
2012/10/27 15:19 , Martin Kraus

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