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Cattedrale di Asti Santa Maria Assunta

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Reviewed 27 September 2017

Italian towns have lots of lovely old churches and this is no exception. There are lots of old paintings to see in this old cathedral. It is worth a visit while in town.

Thank olie293
Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

Walking into churches in Italy is always a surprise, you never know what level of beauty lay behind the small wood door. I briefly pulled off to see Asti while driving through and this church was stunning. There was a lovely scent of incense that...More

Thank Nicuzza_12
Reviewed 19 August 2017 via mobile

The cathedral is a must see in Asti. Once you go inside you will be overloaded with the intense plethora of paintings on the walls and the ceiling. Make sure to take your time looking at them. The indentation with the painting of heaven on...More

Thank Stephanie G
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

As Italy is practically a "living museum", it is easy to find great art even in the smallest towns & churches! The great Gothic cathedral is one of the largest in Piemonte and it's an spectacular master piece that took from the 4th century through...More

Thank Ana C
Reviewed 1 May 2017

since this is close to the office i see this cathedral frequently. there is parking but it is subscription. take a tour around the adjoining streets to see historic Asti. waling is preferred in this part of town as the streets are narrow with many...More

Thank Cynthia U
Reviewed 30 March 2017

Frankly, if you are after the romanesque beauty skip this. It shuts from 12 to 3 and was not worth waiting for. A highly overpainted interior and not much else of beauty. Some nice buildings nearby, and a crypt open on Wednesdays. This was not...More

Thank GCW56
Reviewed 20 March 2017

The painting of the walls and ceilings is quite incredible, it is like the interior of the whole building is a canvas.

Thank ezape
Reviewed 2 November 2016

this is a beautiful cattedrale and especially fun when the local cities have a food festival in June. the parking lot turns into tents with regional foods.

Thank Cynthia U
Reviewed 26 October 2016

The interior of Asti's cathedral is breathtaking. Every inch of every surface is tastefully frescoed,in soft colours which soothe the eye and make the spirits soar. The supporting pillars of this magnificent building rise ever-upwards to the beautifully painted ceilings, and are decorated with delicate...More

Thank Patricia G
Reviewed 17 September 2016

The exterior of the Cathedral I like the most. Made me think of the red stone St. Cecile in Albi, St.France. The interior is decorated with fresco's, wall-to-ceilings; a bit too much...

Thank MarlijnFranken
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