Cathedral of San Giustino
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The Cathedral of San Giustino, the diocese of Chieti, is the largest and most important church in the town of Chieti.
The site that now houses the cathedral Chieti has been occupied over the centuries by a long series of buildings. Leaving aside the assumptions about any pre-existing classical and early Christian, you are aware of the consecration of a new building by the Bishop Atto I in 1069 (Nov. 5), the source of two existing buildings on the site, whose structure is unknown to us , one of which was probably destroyed in Pepin cling to that city in 801, the other crashed in an unspecified date, after being created by the Frankish bishop Theodoric I (840).
The factory must have Attone orientation today, although there has been received in any way, unless (maybe), some element of the crypt, restored in the fourteenth century, a century which also built the first three floors of the bell.
In 1498, Antonio da Lodi add the top floor and the spire. The building began to take on the features of today around the turn of the seventeenth century, when the Archbishop-Count of Chieti, Matthew sown, will make a first major renovation, to which others will follow in part because of the disastrous earthquakes that strike the area ( first of all the famous earthquake of 1703).
In this period, including the archbishops of Monsignor Francesco Branca (1769) and Luigi Ruffo Scilla (1881), that the church takes the form of delicate late baroque that distinguish the interior.
But the story of the Cathedral of Chieti were not yet over: the years between 1920 and 1936, is in fact designed and built by Guido Cirilli accommodation that fundamentally changed the facade and the side of the cathedral (which is what the church shows the square) been redesigned in shapes inspired by the medieval part of the few surviving elements of contemporary decoration in the apse, in the most conspicuous examples of Romanesque architecture in the area to the south Adriatic. Eliminates the side entrance (originally accompanied by a staircase and a porch), designed a new portal, always tangent at itself, a new facade for the crossing, while the church and bell tower were embedded in a marble plinth and was rebuilt the spire bell drop because of the earthquake in 1703. Still, in the seventies, the policy of "recovery" then pursued by the regional superintendence, destroys the baroque decorations of the crypt, bringing to light the subject "layer" of medieval brick and only a few traces of frescoes.
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dta (60173) 2011-05-13 11:54
Ciao Silvio ,
Une magnifique cathédrale , très bien cadrée . j'aime particulièrement le dégradé des tonalités ocres de la tour , et la douce lumière qui l'éclaire .
Jeppo (17639) 2011-05-13 12:24
bella questa cattedrale...ed interessante la nota. come il contributo relativo ad una città poco conosciuta
baddori (19153) 2011-05-13 12:29
Un documento di una città che conosco poco anzi niente ...
La costruzione è da studiare ...il campanile in primo piano ..e l'ingresso sembra laterale .
Sulla scelta del POV peraltro articolato è forse condizionato dalla luce .
ciakgiak (30403) 2011-05-13 14:37
molto bella l'architettura della chiesa, eccellente come sempre la qualità, molto interessanti le note di accompagnamento.
Un caro abbraccio
siudzi (29617) 2011-05-13 14:41
An elegant shot of this wonderful cathedral of San Giustino. Excellent presentation, cropping, sharpness. Beautiful work, tfs.
Charo (51208) 2011-05-13 15:41
Buona sera Silvio,
Peccato che tali focolai sono tra la cattedrale e voi, la lampada stessa, è stato bene.
Molto buona prospettiva e luce, splendido.
L'architettura è bella, soprattutto la torre.
Sonata11 (32261) 2011-05-13 16:12
I love this composition and framework as well. Wonderful colors of this cathedral and interesting architecture. Fanastic sharpness, clarity, contrast, POV excellent. Beautiful excecuted image. Perfectly well done.Congrats.
All the best and have a nice WE,
TopGeo (38128) 2011-05-13 23:38
This is a very interesting church architecture and gave strong position, light, colors and details! Very good quality and razor sharp detail.
A good day,Ciao
peppe59 (14551) 2011-05-14 2:49
bellissimo il duomo e fantastica la luce, quel palo in mezzo....perchè non lo abbattevi ?
Fantastica composizione amico mio e buon fine settimana
Nicou (111282) 2011-05-14 10:21
Fantastique cpatage de cette église quel clocher quel rendu sur les pierre cet ocre superbe la netteté est parfaite splendide.
Bravo et amitié
fabianoleite (9244) 2011-05-14 10:36
Wonderful cathedral, very well contrasted with the sky. Beautiful colors, congratulations!
siamesa (27701) 2011-05-14 11:47
Boa tarde Silvio
Excellent point of view that values this high tower. Beautiful capture.
lousat (68539) 2011-05-14 15:42
Questa invece e' una delle tue migliori,magnifici dettagli e ottima inquadratura,pure bella dritta!!Buona Domenica,Luciano
mauro61 (52623) 2011-05-14 21:54
bella immagine del campanile in mattoni con la chiesa accanto.
Buono il POV.
Qualche filo e qualche palo di troppo ma li non potevi fare molto,
abmdsudi (36294) 2011-05-14 23:16
An impressive image of an elegant Cathedral standing tall proudly. Well framed with spectacular details of this nice architecture in excellent light, lovely clean blue sky, awesome colors and contrast. Lots of intricate details to enjoy with effective focal of interests and fairly good depth. Superb crispy sharpness with excellent textures in the stonework. Good note as well. Great capture, Congrats TFS
lakshmip1949 (19110) 2011-08-05 6:37
A fantastic capture of this beautiful cathedral with the tower rising high. I like the warm colors and sharpness.
ikeharel (48302) 2011-08-10 1:16
Excelent clearity on the Catedralle and campanile.
Bright daylight contributed, and POV well selected.
delpeoples (50651) 2011-08-16 3:10
Ciao caro Silvio
Sei in giro mio caro amico? Spero di si. Bellissimo il taglio verticale qui, le linee verticale e nitide. Bellissima il gestione di luce. Complimenti e ti auguro una bella giornata.