The Basilica of San Zeno in Verona is one of the Romanesque masterpieces in Italy. It is spread over three levels and the current structure was set up in the X-XI century. The name of the saint is sometimes reported in two other ways, and so is sometimes named the basilica of Verona: San Zeno Maggiore or San Zenone. Among the numerous works of art, it houses a masterpiece by Andrea Mantegna, the altarpiece of San Zeno. In May 1973, Pope Paul VI elevated it to minor basilica.