The Basilica of Saint Lawrence is a Milan church, erected in memory of Saint Lawrence not later than the end of the 4th century, apparently, even under Ambrose of Milan. The upper part with a dome rebuilt in the XVI century, but from the original temple remained a common architectural solution, the ancient baptistery and the Romanesque bell tower of the XII century. In the chapel of sv. Aquilin has survived several late antique mosaics. Monuments to Lazarus (1728) and Constantine the Great, as well as several Roman columns that survived the term of Emperor Maximian (III century) were erected around the basilica. The relics of Saint Natalia are kept in the chapel of the temple.


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