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The Romanesque church was rebuilt after the earthquake of 1117 that destroyed most of the town and is located in Piazza San Giovanni. Interior is interesting with alabaster figures and burial vault are beautiful. There are some important paintings and five wooden polychromed figures (the...More
A little town with rich history / it was one of the most important Etrusc settlements in the 4th and 5th century/.In the center you can admire the City hall from year 1208 /Palazzo dei Priori/, the Medici Fortress and the Cathedral with Baptisterium.
We were drawn to this church because of its simple exterior. It is such a contrast to the other more expansive Catholic churches we have seem. Nonetheless, once inside it engenders a deeply spiritual feeling that removes a person from the hustle and bustle of...More
The cathedrals in some of the smaller historic cities, are often more interesting than their counterparts in larger cities. This one is no exception. The detail, particularly in the ceiling(s) is amazing. The design on this cathedral with its rather lower ceiling and massive columns...More
Hello, I just found this on the Duomo web site.
The Cathedral is closed for
restoration from June 1, 2017
until September 23, 2019 !!!"
We were there last Oct. and could only walk around the outside.