Via Santa Maria in Stelle 1, near the church of the "Assunta" - 37100 Verona (VR)
The hypogeum of “Santa Maria in Stelle” is an underground structure that was built in the III century A.D. It is difficult to understand, but it is thought to have been a funerary area, and aqueduct or a “nymphaeum” that caught the water from an underground spring. From IV century A.D. the hypogeum was arranged into a chapel for Christian cults and as such it was used until the XII century.
History of research
The hypogeum of “Santa Maria in Stelle” is also known thanks to the Gaetano Cristofali’s drawings at the end of the eighteenth century. Restoration and maintenance works allowed its current use.
III – VI A.D. and Medieval times
Admission: Solo su prenotazione; Visitability: Interno; Ticket: No;
School access Upon reservation
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Recommended tour time (minutes): 60
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