Cathedral of the Annunciation

Cathedral of the Annunciation, Camerino

Cathedral of the Annunciation

Cathedral of the Annunciation
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yvonne T
London, UK51 contributions
Main cathedral of Camerino
Jun 2016 • Friends
This is the main church of the town. Situated opposite the Univercity of Camerino. It has weekly services which the students attend. An exhibition is arranged around the right hand side of the nave which will continue until November 2016.
Written 26 June 2016
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Benson149
Rome, Italy101 contributions
Cathedral of Camerino
Dec 2014 • Couples
The cathedral in the centre of the walled city of Camerino is very interesting but it is not as old as one might assume. In fact, the present building dates from the early nineteenth century, having been built to replace the second of Camerino's cathedrals that had been destroyed by a disastrous earthquake in 1799 that destroyed much of the medieval town. Built in a neoclassical style, it is interesting but not outstanding. What are more important are the older works of art that survived the disastrous earthquake. These include a wooden crucifix dating from the 13th century, and a painted wooden sculpture, Madonna of Misericord, dating from the 15th century. In the crypt, there are two busts from the workshop of Bernini. These treasures make this cathedral a place really worth visiting
The cathedral dominates Camerino's central square that also includes the Archbishop's Palace, dating from the sixteenth century (and contains as spectacular art museum) and the ex-Ducal Palace that is now the seat of the University of Camerino's Law Faculty.
Written 21 December 2014
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Bill D
Athens, Greece55 contributions
The first cathedral
Oct 2013 • Friends
This is the first cathedral i ever visited back in 2006. I was amazed by how beautiful the inside was. It was made of white marble and smelled of flowers and the temperature was 3 degrees lower than outside. In every column of the church there was a beautiful white statue protruding from the column.
Written 23 September 2014
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