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Walking the streets of Livorno on Easter Sunday, we arrived at the Cathedral where a service was still in progress. Going in, we stood at the back and listened to the Mass, joining in some of the hymns which are universal for Easter both in...More
This cathedral is a stunning one, but it's old and has had a tough time especially dive WWII. I think like much of Livorno it could use a going over to make it look nicer. Right now the place is in a slump because the...More
This Cathedral was mostly destroyed during WWII and apparently has been rebuilt similar to what it was. An interesting addition to a plain facade is an arched portico. The interior is bright due to the light colours of the walls and windows high up close...More
We had just visited the stunning Santa Caterina Church in the Venezia District while on a port stop on a cruise and were very impressed by it so it was very disappointing to go in the Cathedral and find there was nothing particularly attractive about...More