Photos

Photographer's Note

The Duomo (Cathedral), dedicated to both Sant'Assunta and Santo Genesio. It was originally a Romanesque building, but it has been remodelled several times and exhibits Gothic and some Renaissance arcchitectural elements. The façade incorporates a number of colorful majolica bowls. The interior has Latin cross plan with a central nave with two side aisles. The cathedral's campanile, a fortification annexed in is called the Matilde Tower and features an asymmetrical clock. (Wikip.)

albertz, fanni, berek, bakes888, Kielia, saxo042, holmertz, jalab_temen has marked this note useful

Photo Information
Viewed: 2164
Points: 32
Discussions
Additional Photos by Stefan Zetterlind (scroller) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 352 W: 60 N: 537] (3407)
View More Pictures
explore TREKEARTH