3 Tombs in Italy that you should visit - With photos & details

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3 Tombs to explore in Italy

Located in Southern Europe consisting of a peninsula delimited by the Alps and surrounded by several islands.

Dante's TombVia Dante Alighieri, 9, 48121 Ravenna RA, Italy

The tomb of Dante is the neoclassical tomb of the poet Dante Alighieri erected at the Basilica of San Francesco in the center of Ravenna. The Supreme Poet lived the last years of his existence in the Romagna city, dying there in 1321. The tomb is a national monument and around it, an area of ​​respect and silence called the "Dante area" has been established. The area includes the tomb of the poet, the garden with the Quadrarco, and the Franciscan cloisters, which house the Dante Museum.

Duomo di MilanoPiazza del Duomo, 20122 Milano MI, Italy

The cathedral took nearly six centuries to complete. It is the largest church in Italy, the third-largest in Europe and the fifth-largest in the world. The roof is open to tourists for a fee, which allows many a close-up view of some spectacular sculpture that would otherwise be unappreciated.

Scaliger TombsVia S. Maria Antica, 4, 37121 Verona VR, Italy

The Scaliger Tombs in Verona are a funerary complex built by the Della Scala family, who ruled over the city between the 13th and the 14th century. While impressive as a whole, they include one monument that stands out for its magnificence: the one for Cangrande (1291-1329), the most important and famous member of this aristocratic dynasty.