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The first thing you notice when you arrive in Vietri is the cathedral dome which is covered in ceramic tiles. The whole city is famous for ceramics and it makes for a lovely stopover on the Amalfi Coast or as a short (I mean short)...More
Splendid dome of 700, 36 meters high, adorned with bright majolica tiles of green, yellow and blue.The interior, with a Latin cross and a nave, preserves numerous valuable works, such as the beautiful coffered 17th century gold coffered ceiling, with frames that surrounded images of...More
Located in the upper older part of town is a beautiful Duomo. Its got lots of artifacts and very old frescos as well as beautiful adornments. One of the most unusual fresco painted on wood is of the Madonna and Child. This is notable since...More
This beautiful church stands out like a beacon of light welcoming everyone to come to it. It's beauty really stands out and it is the first thing you see when you enter Vietri sul Mare. the dome is like no other we saw when visiting...More
It isn't easy to find the entrance to this little Duomo: we got there by accident. We went by twice, and both times there were people there in some sort of church gathering, which is kind of cool. The second time, the gathering looked like...More
During our brief visit inside the church we enjoyed watching a local school group receiving a lesson from the priest, we enjoyed contemplating the statue of Christ after the crucifixion, and we wondered about the blank panels in the ornate frames in the ceiling. What...More
For the location this church must have meant a great deal to the people. Architecturally its nothing special, the interior lacks the richness of many churches in Italy but you sense the hard work and love the locals have put into restoring it, so sit...More
The views in Vietri sul Mare are stunning and il Duomo is one of the centrepieces. Although a nice interior and generally nice church, the beauty lies in the ceramic cupole that is best enjoyed from some distance.
This church is stunning inside and well worth the visit. I particularly loved the statue of Jesus after being taken down from the cross. Made me think of the song by Hillsong Anastasis, o praise the name.