Basilica di Nostra Signora Assunta

Genoa, Italy

Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption (Basilica di Nostra Signora Assunta) was constructed during 1610–1624. The Baroque-style facade was added in 1932, design of the architect Piero de Barbieri; the sculptor Luigi Venzano contributed the facade statues of St. John the Baptist and St. Joseph, while the central relief depicts the Madonna. The interior was decorated across the centuries and includes works by Giulio Benso, Domenico Piola, Nicolò Barabino, and Gian Stefano Rossi.

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Founded: 1610-1624
Category: Religious sites in Italy

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Sonia Boscarini (8 months ago)
Bellissima chiesa e stupenda comunità, Don Andrea il meglio che si potesse desiderare da un prete. Sempre molto attento, simpatico e pieno di iniziative.
Giuseppina BARIGIONE (10 months ago)
È una basilica. É al centro di Sestri Ponente. Ha una navata ampia da poco restaurata e opere d'arte di pregio
Clin John Xavier (12 months ago)
The Basilica situated at the heart of Sestri Ponente. Must visit this sacred place which was constructed in 1600's. Doing a lot of missions helping people from Inida, Congo and for a lot of other communities
Gian q (15 months ago)
Pk
Enrico Gepegli (19 months ago)
I go there to find myself with the help of the Lord
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