Peter’s Basilica, present basilica of St.
The mosque sits below the citadel near the Basilica of St.
The Basilica became the foundation of Byzantine jurisprudence.
Construction of the Basilica di San Francesco started in 1228, and the basilica was consecrated in 1253.
Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro) dominates Vatican City, and its dome can be seen from all over Rome.
The Romanesque Basilica of Sant'Ambrogio (Basilica di Sant'Ambrogio) is dedicated to Milan's patron saint, St.
Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo (Basilica di Santa Maria del Popolo) is the most important church in Rome’s sweeping Piazza del Popolo.
In the Forum at Rome are the Basilica Julia on the south side and the Basilica Aemilia on the north side, both of which had a central hall and side aisles.
Peter’s Basilica for centuries, and while many papal tombs are inside the basilica, others are located underground in the Vatican Grottoes (Grotte Vaticane).
One of the most striking and important churches in Florence, Santa Croce Basilica (Basilica di Santa Croce) is a classic example of Tuscan Gothic architecture.
This basilica was rebuilt several times; it was largely around this building, between the great gymnasiums and the stadium of the classical city, that the early Byzantine Ephesians gathered.
In a city home to hundreds of baroque, Gothic, and Renaissance churches, the neoclassical Basilica of San Francesco di Paola (Basilica di San Francesco di Paola) stands out.
The Basilica of Santa Maria Novella (Basilica di Santa Maria Novella) is one of Florence’s most beautiful and—as the city’s first basilica—most important churches.
Dedicated to the fifth-century bishop Petronius, who became Bologna’s patron saint, the San Petronio Basilica (Basilica di San Petronio) dominates Piazza Maggiore in the heart of the city.
He supplanted the Basilica Sempronia (170 bce) on the western side of the Forum with his own Basilica Julia (54 bce), installing new shops in place of the old Tabernae Veteres (“Old Shops”).
Among the most important is the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere (Basilica di Santa Maria in Trastevere), with a facade and interior covered in golden mosaics from the 12th and 13th centuries.
When this basilica became dangerous owing to the sinking of its foundations, a modern structure called the New Basilica was built nearby; the original image of the Virgin of Guadalupe is now housed in the New Basilica.
The Basilica Porcia (built during Marcus Porcius Cato’s censorship of 184), the Basilica Aemilia et Fulvia (179), and the Basilica Sempronia (170–169) were constructed out of the traditional tufa blocks but in a Hellenized style.
San Marco Basilica, Italian Basilica di San Marco, English Saint Mark’s Basilica, church in Venice that was begun in its original form in 829 (consecrated in 832) as an ecclesiastical structure to house and honour the remains of St.
Only four churches of the original seven that once made up this stylistic jumble of buildings remain, but a visit to the Bologna’s Basilica of Santo Stefano (Basilica di Santo Stefano) is still a fascinating stroll through centuries of religious architecture.
- an early Christian church designed like a Roman basilica; or a Roman Catholic church or cathedral accorded certain privileges
Example: the church was raised to the rank of basilica
- a Roman building used for public administration
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