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I was a bit surprised when I first saw the tower of this cathedral. It is leaning slightly to one side. It is not as serious as the other tower in Pisa perhaps due to the support of the cathedral building next to it but...More
Originally built in the twelfth century as Piazza del Duomo, the square was renamed Piazza Grande during the second half of the seventeenth century.
It's the heart of Modena, where both the local government but and the religious power were represented.
Next to the awesome...More
this cathedral Duomo de Modena is really beautiful and full of story ... a total Roman Style white color inside you can feel history no matter if you are catholic or not. The art design inside is a following of discovery any feet is full...More
Filled with cobblestones through the center square. The two main thoroughfares will bring you here to this center point of town. This Piazza is surrounded by shops, restaurants and the main visual attraction the Duomo di Modena and, yes, it is leaning.
Piazza Grande was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997 for a good reason. It is one of the most graceful and harmonious piazzas in Italy, in my opinion.
Magnificent 12th century Duomo di Modena, tall bell tower, Ghirlandina, elegant facade of the Palazzo...More
Another beautiful piazza in Italy. We were there on a Sunday, hence not as much activity. I could see lots of shops that were closed since it was Sunday. The architecture was amazing and I am sure it comes to life in the evening.
If you come to Modena you will probably find yourself here at some stage. We’d entered the duomo at the front and stepped out the side door straight into the Grande Piazza. About 20 years ago it was made a UNESCO heritage site.UNESCO heritage site