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Duomo, a well-proportioned white stone Romanesque building. The baptistery centered on a hexagonal font, each of its six sides carved with scenes from Christ’s life. Only parts of the fine old frescoes remained on the walls, but the one of the Virgin was in good...More
The Complesso del Duomo is incredibly impressive. It consists of the enormous Duomo Cathedral, the smaller basilica which dates back to the time of Charlemagne (Chiesa di St. Elena), and columns and floor from the first church circa 373 AD. There is also an impressive...More
The complex include San Giovanni in Fonte, Santa Elena and the Canon’s cloister. The Cathedral is the central structure. The baptistery of the Cathedral was rebuild around 1123 A.D. Wonderful piece of art and history.