Cattedrale di Urbino

Cattedrale di Urbino

Cattedrale di Urbino
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paolovbossi
The Hague, The Netherlands683 contributions
Beatiful...from outside
Jul 2021
Unfortunately we could only see the outside. The architecture is amazing as in all Urbino. It is close to the Palazzo Ducale and cannot be missed in a visit to Urbino
Written August 28, 2021
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Jake23
New Jersey6,084 contributions
Beautiful
Jul 2021 • Couples
This is a beautiful cathedral in the center of Urbino. It is certainly worth visiting while you are there.
Written July 24, 2021
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Jason Stieler
Kerrville, TX109 contributions
Beautiful Facade
Nov 2019 • Couples
We visited here and unfortunately there is renovations going on so we couldn’t go inside. But, the exterior facade was very beautiful to look at.
Written December 7, 2019
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MargiSu
Holmfirth, UK921 contributions
Unfortunately Closed for Restoration
Sep 2019
A splendid building unfortunately closed for repair following the second earthquake in its history.

On 12 January 1789, a powerful earthquake toppled the cupola, and restoration was completed by 1801 in the present neoclassical style.

Then in August 2016 the cupola was again damaged in an earthquake and is still undergoing restoration.

So sad as I believe it contains some wonderful paintings.
Written September 16, 2019
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DrRichardWilsonOBE
Greater London, UK20 contributions
Tantalising
Jul 2019
The Cattedrale di Urbino looks beautiful from the outside. Unfortunately it is not possible to go inside because it is still being repaired following the earthquake that happened a few years ago (2016).
Written August 7, 2019
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Maari100
Helsinki, Finland3,025 contributions
Only in front of building
Sep 2018 • Friends
The frontsite of the Church was to be painted. The Church was not unfortunately open for the public. But Anyway handsome.
Written September 20, 2018
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daffystjob
Manchester, UK835 contributions
Stunning front, shame we were unable to enter
Aug 2018 • Couples
This cathedral looks gorgeous with it's marbled front, I couldn't wait to see inside. But I was to be disappointed as I was unable to enter, it is unusual for churches or cathedrals to be closed in Italy, as in most countries. The grotto was open but my partner in crime is not keen on going underground so I had to let it go!
Written September 6, 2018
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Paul F
270 contributions
A jewel in the Marche region of Italy
Jul 2017 • Couples
I was absolutely blown away at this small but beautiful region of Italy with its Cathedral and Ducal Palace. A visit to the Ducal Palace is a must when visiting Urbino. The Palace houses some of the most beautiful collections belonging to the National Gallery of the Marche which are on display in a unique setting: Urbino’s splendid Ducal Palace in Italian, “Palazzo Ducale”, built for Federico da Montefeltro to promote the glory of his family and at the same time, to express his character as a man of the renaissance, a man who was able to combine culture, a military career and political prowess. Federico came to rule over the Montefeltro State in 1444. He was the legitimate son of Count Guidantonio, and succeeded the legitimate heir, his step-brother, Oddantonio, assassinated in a rebellion. His political expertise and moderation as a ruler meant he was immediately welcomed by his subjects as well as in the courts of Italy. In just a few decades under his rule, Urbino became a leading light of the Italian Renaissance.
Written January 29, 2018
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spanishmiss
Falmouth, UK175 contributions
Stunning from the outside
Jun 2017
The cathedral looks fantastic from the outside. Note that the cathedral is still closed after the earthquake of August 2016 damaged the dome. We were told it would be closed for a year. Ŵe would have loved to have seen inside.
Written June 2, 2017
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Mike K
Phoenix, AZ1,325 contributions
Repair
Sep 2016 • Friends
Due to the earthquake, the Duomo was under repair and reinforcement. It was a disappointment not to see the interior murals, but the structure itself, perched on its hilltop, adjacent to the palace, was stunning. It was interesting watching the workers retrofit the 600 year old structure with heavy equipment and I beams.
Written October 3, 2016
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