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All reviews beautiful cathedral highest point gold leaf religious buildings the piazza del duomo under restoration lovely square worth a visit romanesque style cave dwellings ornate century beggars protector trimmings city fresco
The view over the Gravina Gorge is very good from here. The church is impressive in the cathedral style it is . How did the6 build these places. It’s worth a walk up even if you’re not 8nto churches as the view is great up...More
This is a 13th century Romanesque outside and a baroque inside with some byzantine touches. A fascinating mixture and worth a visit. There is also a rather lovely picture of the Madonna della Bruna from the 13th century.
The church is pretty, although it’s no different to any of the other many churches in Puglia. There’s nothing particularly of note to see, but definitely worth a visit if you have a particular interest in churches. The one thing that spoilt it was the...More
During my 2 days in Matera and whilst walking i kept passing this pretty cathedral. During one of the visits a mass was in full swing and I enjoyed witnessing it. What irked me were the poor beggars on the doorstep and loads of churchgoers...More
The Cattedrale di Matera is located on the spacious Piazza Dumo, in Civita, the highest part of Sassi di Matera.
It is dedicated to Santa Maria della Bruna, the patron saint of Matera - according to a local legend the Virgin appeared to a local...More
This Cathedral of Matera sits at the highest point in a beautiful piazza overlooking the historic sassi of Matera. The interior has gorgeous frescoes and houses a tomb with the relics of St. John of Matera. Very impressive and must see.