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Verrone (Biella, Italy): Facade of the antique Church of San Lorenzo


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Verrone (Biella, Italy): Facade of the antique Church of San Lorenzo
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Date: 17/05/2017 Camera: Fuji x-s1 Lens: Fisso - Fixed ISO: 100 Exposure time: 1/400-1/200-1/100
Aperture: 9 Focal length: 95mm Place: Verrone (Biella, Italy) Subject: Facade of the antique Church of San Lorenzo
Notes: Fusion (obtained Using the page HDR on line on this site) of three pictures on a scale of 2 stops.
The parish church dedicated to San Lorenzo is one of the very few churches in Biella that have preserved their Romanesque structure intact. The interior has three naves, divided by large masonry pillars.
The church was built between the tenth and twelfth centuries, but was later modified and expanded in the following centuries. It contains frescoes from the early sixteenth century and other objects of artistic value.

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Verrone (Biella, Italy) - Facade of the antique Church of San Lorenzo