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This part of Pisa was inhabited since the Etruscan times and the church was first mention in the 11th century, but over the centuries it was transformed and altered numerous times. The marble facade dates from the 14th century and is notable for its three...More
We could not see the inside of this church, which appears to only be open for services (as I found most of the churches in Pisa to be). I was there at the time of a service, with the idea that I could go in...More
Compared with the crowded Leaning Tower, this church has few tourists passing by. A short walk from tourist crowd, it has a nice facade made of white marble. Unfortunately it was not open to public during our visit.
Once you are in Borgo Stretto you will not expect at all that there will be a church in it due to the many shops one finds there, but with a little bit of surprise I found one and it is really amazing from the...More