As mentioned before, the space might be small, but what it lacks in space it supplies in details. From the ornaments and bas-relief at the base of the dome and pendentives, to the mosaics on the floor and the contrasts of colored marbles, this mausoleum deserves more than a few minutes of admiration.
Right next to the mausoleum, you will also find a mound of earth. From March 1944 to December 1945, Danteâ€™s urn was buried here because it was feared that his tomb would suffer from the bombings of World War II. Luckily, it didnâ€™t happen.