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Built in its present form in Gothic style in the first half of the XIV c. on the site of the old “Paleochristian” and Baptismal church of Santa Maria and San Giovanni. The name “in corte” certifies the presence of a Curtis domini regis, the...more
First built in the 11th century over some older temple, then enlarger in the 12th and the 13th, clad with expensive marble so typical in Italy. Three sets of absolutely breath-taking bronze doors lead to the building , the last one –gilded, the Door of...More
If you have your scheduled duomo tour ticket, you have a ticket into the Baptistery. I don't recommend trying to do them both the same day. Why wait in a long line? Plan to get up the following morning and be at the head of...More
We were lucky enough to stop by to see this stunning Romanesque style building. The exterior is cladded with white Carara marble and green Prato marble decorated with geometric panels and arches.
The interior dome ceiling decorated in gold mosaic was my favourite. The large...More
This site viewed on its own is impressive, but it takes only a few minutes to see the whole thing. However, when viewed as part of a fifteen euro 'access all parts of the Cathedral ticket' it provides just the start of an amazing day...More