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Ravenna mosaics compared with Monreale, Sicily

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We have a week in Bologna and considering day trips.

Will probably only do 2 as we'd like to relax into the "feel" of Bologna itself.

Considering Parma and Ravenna-

We have visited Monreale in Sicily and seen the amazing mosaics there.

How does Ravenna compare to Monreale?

If the spectacle is similar to Monreale, just wondered whether we could spend our time better elsewhere. ( We will also be daytripping during our week in Verona as well- and have previously stayed in Florence)

Thanks in advance for sharing your experiences.

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