National Gallery, Chamber of Saint Paul, Cathedral, Church of San Giovanni Evangelista
We start our itinerary from the Pilotta Palace where, at the second floor, we find the National Gallery which contains many of the Corregio paintings.
Going out of the Palace and crossing the Piazzale della Pace, we take Strada Melloni and enter the gardens on the right side. Here it is the Chamber used to be part of the abbess’ apartment in the Benedectine Convent of Saint Paul, realized in 1519 at the order of Abbess Giovanna da Piacenza.
Coming back on the street we go left till the end of the street, than we turn on the right and to the first on the left to reach the most representative square of the city, Piazza Duomo.
Here, inside the Cathedral, Correggio painted the dome as well as in the Church of San Giovanni Evangelista, the church placed behind the Cathedral.