This chapel was built by the Gothic king Theodoric in the VI century and then rejuvenated by the Byzantines when captured. It has some mosaics, built on the side arcades and not the ceiling, precious. In other town this site would have been the major attraction although in this city have been overshadowed by those of San Vitale and Galla Placidia. It is included in the same ticket access to other attractions, so I recommend a visit on the way back to the train station that is roughly 400 feet away.
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