The highlight in this basilica are the beautiful frescoes, the stone pulpit and the basement with the remnants of the first chapel built by St Giulio. The frescoes are in very good condition in the back of the basilica. They also have St Giulios reflects in a pillow where a wooden body is resting under glass in the basement.
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