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Founded in 1064 and consecrated with great pomp on September 26th 1118, the Cathedral was built in two stages, one by architect Buscheto, who created the original layout with the basilican body with four aisles and one nave, a transept with one nave...more
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The impressive exterior of the Duomo is only surpassed by the beauty of the interior. I didn't have much time to spend as I had to get back to the train station, but I was amazed at the paintings, sculptures, ceilings and floors. The best...More
We were impressed by the beautiful exterior of the Duomo, mostly made of white marble. (And interesting because some of it was apparently recycled from Roman stones, including tombstones with carvings still visible on them.)
We were only able to spend about 10 minutes inside,...More
Forget about leaning tower, instead go inside Duomo and you will be amazed by richness of arts and architecture, sculptures. This church is fully completed and has amazing interior , definitely worth seeing, it was nice surprise.
Of course I know Duomo very well. Still, last week I had a visit from relatives. It is always beautiful and amazing. Stricking to see how Cordoba Mosque is at the heart of this unique Church.
Also, visit is free but sometimes there is a...More
This place is free to visit if you buy any of the other monuments. And it shouldn't be missed. The interior is overwhelming. The details are impressive, and the paintings are incredible. It is a very beautiful duomo,and shouldn't be skipped.
Definitely my favourite from all the cathedrals we saw in Tuscany.
Construction began in 1063 by the architect Buscheto.
St. Mark's Basilica in Venice was being constructed at the same time and there is an evidence of rivalty between the two republics to see which...More
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Just to back up the other answers which are correct. The Duomo is free and the only ticket you cannot book in advance on its own. If you book for any other part of the tower complex you get a free, untimed, Duomo... More
Just to back up the other answers which are correct. The Duomo is free and the only ticket you cannot book in advance on its own. If you book for any other part of the tower complex you get a free, untimed, Duomo ticket. For a free timed Duomo ticket you need to queue on the day and there are two ticket offices, one on the south side opposite the Duomo and one in the North East corner near the tower. If going inside the baptistry, etc book on-line using the official site opapisa
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