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We almost missed this. We were walking along Corso Italia, I believe, where this large white marble (or stone) building yielded a very large old wooden door. My husband opened it and we were shocked to glimpse the interior of a gorgeous church. It was...More
In part dating from the 15th century, but much altered since. On the outside there is a three-tiered bell tower with a large majolica clock at the top. Inside there is an impressive painted ceiling, a striking bishop's throne dating to 1573 and beautiful wooden...More
This Duomo, dedicated to the Saints Philip and James has a simple Romanesque exterior. It's interior is much more ornate with a beautiful painted ceiling and several interesting features. The highlight for me was the large, intricate nativity scene which incorporated a scene of everyday...More
The Duomo dei San Filippo e Giacomo is quite an interesting church. It dates from around the 11th century, but has had a few facelifts since then. In fact it's rather simple when viewed from the outside and almost unimpressive. However once inside you sure...More
When I first saw this cathedral, originally built in the 11th century and rebuilt in the 15th century, I was unimpressed. Its simple Romanesque exterior lacks any kind of "wow" factor and the cramped location fails to beckon. The church stands behind a fence, wedged...More
Good church to visit rebuilt in 15th century. Ornate with stunning altars & ceilings. Don't miss the INTARSIA on the front entrance[turn around when you come in the .door]. This is a special craft famous in Sorrento. Another door half way on the right side....More