Archiepiscopal Chapel or Chapel of Sant' Andrea in Ravenna. Hotel near Chapel of Sant' Andrea.
Photo: 1)mosaic showing Christ warrior(photo archive Ravenna), 2) outside view of the Archiepiscopal Chapel,3)entry through Museo Arcivescovile, piazza Arcivescovado
The Chapel of Sant' Andrea in Ravenna otherwise known as the Archiepiscopal Chapel was built by Bishop Peter II during the reign of Teodorico.
It is a small chapel of Greek cross form with a cross vault, and covered by a series of impressive mosaics dating back to the early 6th century, with a small apse.
The pleasure of fine accommodation in the centre of Ravenna: we recommend the Fabbri hotels for a pleasant stay as follows:
The Centrale Byron hotel, 3-star, in the centre of Ravenna, close to the Archiepiscopal Chapel ;
The Bisanzio Hotel, 4-star hotel in the centre of Ravenna, close to the Archiepiscopal Chapel ;
Once you have reached the hotel and parked your car, forget it and walk everywhere, because everything is within walking distance.
The railway station is near our hotels and within walking distance of them.
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