A small noble church of the Doria family standing out in the surrounding area of Genoa since the 13th century, and preserving its medieval appearance
The church, whose interiors were remodeled and enhanced in the 16th century, consolidates the dominant medieval aura of the square with its black and white striped façade and cloister, together with the palaces, partially remodeled or restored with additions, the portico on the ground floor and the large ogival openings which are still preserved or were reconstructed.
Information curated by:
Isabella Rizzitano, Staff Landscapefor (2019-2024)
piazza San Matteo