Archimnasium of Bologna

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If you want to take a dip into the art history, you can go on the Excursion to Archimnasium of Bologna. This is a two-heeled architectural statue of St. Helen that is located in the ancient city of Rome. At present time, it has been transferred to the territory of Dublin, Ireland and is now open for visiting. When you think about this place, you will recall that the Roman goddess has been associated with the lake where you can see the statue of the water god, Jupiter. This is also the same place from where you can get the services of the innkeeper at the Hotels in Bologna.

The park is easy to get to with a rented car, which we took from bookingauto.com. When visiting the park, it is worth taking a guided tour, which can be booked in advance on foxiepass.com, which starts at the Chapel of St. Francis of Assyssa, considered one of the most impressive churches in the world.

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The excursion to Archimnasium of Bologna begins at the gate of the church called Santa Maria della Misericordia. From here, you will be able to walk to the bell tower that once served as a church and later on, it was converted into an inn. You will also find the baptistery, where St. Helen received her divine baptism by St. Valentine. After this, you can visit the baths where St. Helen washed the feet of Christ and the pulpit where the legend of the Miracle of the Shower was told.

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The next stop after this is the church of San Pietro in Genoa, Italy. This church is considered as the birthplace of the Renaissance because of the structure that is similar with the French Revolution's buildings. You can walk through the underground passageway known as the Via dell Gialoarde where you will find a spectacular view of the city and the town of Montagnola bologna.

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Last stop would be to the church of San Nicola which is located in the town of Sirmione, Italy. The church is dedicated to St. Nicola that is the patron saint of Florence. Just like the previous church, you can also visit the underground passageway called the Via dell Gialoarde where you can see the spectacular view of Sirmione.

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The last stop for visitors in the Archimnasium of Bologna is the church of San Nicola which is located near the town of Sirmione. This church is dedicated to St. Nicola who is the patron saint of Florence. Visitors can walk through the underground passageway called the Via zamboni which is a fascinating tour to the city. St. Nicola is believed to be the doctor of the Roman army.

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