HISTORY OF ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE
SAN FRANCESCO No.3
San Francesco, Assisi, Italy; 1228-53, 1232-36(upper church)
- Interior of the lower church.
- The lower church has single nave, a single semicirclic apse and protruding transept as well as upper church.
- The tomb of Saint Francis is enshrined in the crypt under the lower church.
Photo: Shoji Hiramatsu
|[No.1]Hill of Assisi, Church
||: [No.2]Exterior: Facade
|[No.3]Lower Church, Courtyard
||: [No.4]Exterior: South facade
|[No.5]City of Assisi, Church
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