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Italy. Verona. Chiesa di Santa Anastasia #24
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Са́нта Анаста́зия (итал. Chiesa di Santa Anastasia — Церковь Святой Анастасии) – готическая базилика в городе Верона (Италия). Самая крупная из городских церквей.


Воздвигнута в честь христианской святой великомученицы Анастасии Узоразрешительницы. Ранее на этом месте существовала более древняя церковь, посвящённая той же святой. Базилика была построена по проекту двух доминиканских монахов Фра Бенвенуто да Болонья и Фра Никола да Имола. Строительство началось в 1290 году и продолжалось до 1481 года. Изначально предполагалось посвятить собор веронскому святому мученику Петру, однако горожане продолжали называть базилику именем святой Анастасии.

У двух колонн, расположенных у входа в церковь устроены водосвятные чаши (XVI век), опирающиеся на гротескные статуи, называемые горбунами святой Анастасии.Мозаичный мраморный пол церкви выложен Пьетро да Порлецца в 1462 году.

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