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If you are visiting Vigevano, you will certainly want to see this little beauty. It's just to beautiful to miss. Everyone must visit the Piazza Ducale, and The Duomo of Vigevano.
The Duomo of Vigevano, dedicated to St. Ambrose, is a standard high-baroque cathedral with a Latin cross layout and opulent decoration. However, two aspects make this cathedral interesting from an architectural standpoint: first, it has two pulpits (one on each side of the…
The Cathedral is Roman Catholic cathedral and named after Saint Ambrose. it is located in the Main square (Piazza Ducale) of Vigevano. It is the seat of the Bishop.It hosts an interesting museum with reliquaries, tapestry and other item collected over time.
The uniqueness of this church,while impressive in the interior,is the way it was modified on the exterior to present a symmetric facade to close the rectangular piazza.
Even with a guide book this was not a very interesting cathedral. The most interesting aspect was the facade and its intrusion on the square- filling in the last side. It is Romanesque and so has very few windows high up, It is closed between 12 and 4pm, so was quite dark…