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As is often the case, the Cathedral is overshadowed by the basilica, but this is still and impressive church, and worth a look.
The ceilings are especially interesting.
It is the burial site of several important members of the Gonzaga family.
This Duomo is an absolute masterpiece of carved stones and paintings. It was built in different steps and this is visible from outside styles. The inner chapels and the priest room are my preferred ones but all corners and details worths respect for the architect’s...More
The Cathedral of San Pietro is one of the oldest buildings in the city and the main place of worship. The exterior is a mish-mash of Carrera marble and brick. It is interesting that the Cathedral is dedicated to a Saint (Peter the Apostole) and...More
All of the churches I've seen in Italy this trip, including some that are quite small, are worth a visit. This one is beautiful. However, the basilica is so spectacular, that it's easy to focus on "this is not as good" and overlook how beautiful...More