The cloister

Built in the first half of the eleventh century, as San Siro, it is divided into two floors around a quadrangular courtyard. Canon's homes overlook the courtyard which still keeps the Romanesque archaic Ligurian style with squat columns of black stone.

The cloister of the canons today partly intended for private homes, completed the installation of the Basilica. Traces of the ancient history of the building are still visible today.

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