Genoa Cathedral, Cathedral of Saint Lawrence is famous among visitors as well as among locals and it is a Roman Catholic house of God in the Italian city of Genoa. It is committed to Saint Lawrence, and is the seat of the Archbishop of Genoa.
The place of God was honored by Pope Gelasius II in 1118 and was worked between the twelfth century and the fourteenth century as on an exceptionally essential level a medieval working, with some later expansions.
Helper naves and side spreads are of Romanesque style and the standard outside is Gothic from the mid thirteenth century, while capitals and segments with inside paths date from the mid fourteenth century.
The chime tower and arch were worked in the sixteenth century.