Church of San Babila has retained the unique atmosphere of the early Middle Ages. Even the bell tower with a clock tower, built instead of collapsed in 1920, does not spoil the impression. Against the background of the brick facade, there is an entrance portal lined with white stone with a carved door and a mosaic image of St. Vavila. Above them are located three tall arched windows, separated by pilasters. The drum of the dome above the altar is decorated in the same style. To the right of the entrance stands an ancient column with a sculpture of a lying lion on the top.


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