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If you are in Perugia the Duomo is a lovely place to take a break from the crowds and heat. Here you can sit and enjoy a quiet moment and view the various frescos painting and othr artifacts. Remember modesty now shorts or bare shoulders.
Nothing Perugia seems quite planned properly. The cathedral butts onto other buildings and the brick facing is clearly rough and unfinished - after centuries. The effort went into the inner decorations. Be careful, it is closed for long lunch break.
The Fountain is the focal point of the square and has been for hundreds of years as it makes water available to everyone. This tradition of permitting all who come to have water and the facade of the fountain documents the long history of the...More
The Duomo Perugia is not one of Italy's finest. It feels a bit unfinished and, when compared to Milan, Sienna or Florence, is a bit plain. But, it is free to enter, is not crowded and has some special attractions. The artwork on the ceilings...More
Unlike other Italian cathedrals the Cathedral of Perugia does not face the main town square. Instead its side forms a part of the plaza with the pulpit of St. Bernardino to the right of the side door and a statue of Pope Julius III to...More