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We spent three days in a B and B in Lucca and immensely enjoyed the charms of this walled city. The Cathedral is romanesque and located on the piazza san Martino. the pulpit is a work of art , the Temple contains a work allegedly...More
It’s not in the center of the town with everything else so you have to seek it out but it is well worth it. It’s a beautiful Cathedral inside and out. Everything is so close within the city walls so it’s no more than 5...More
During our 11 day vacation in Italy, we visited a lot of churches. We enjoyed visiting all of them. We were impressed with the Volto Santo itself and the frescoes that conveyed the legend of San Martino and the Volto Santo. Also enjoyed the maze...More
The city’s cathedral is dedicated to Saint Martin of Tours, the 4th century bishop and a patron saint of beggars, wool weavers and tailors. It was built in the 11th century by Pope Alexander II while he was still the local bishop, but it was...More
One of Lucca's many churches and might just be the best of the lot. A beautiful structure, started in the 11th century which was re-designed in its current form during the 14th century Renaissance. It holds many of its treasures still within the walls and...More
We were a combined family of 5, so we purchased the combined ticket. For 6€ each, we had access to San Martino Cathedral, the capanella, the museum adjacent to cathedral and San Giovanni. I did some reasearch prior to visiting these structures so I knew...More