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This Duomo is definitely worth a visit if you are in Arezzo. The building is beautiful maintained inside and outside. It has magnificent painted ceilings and a gorgeous altar.
The duomo is closed beteren 12:30 and 15:00!
On the way up the hill if you enter from the Gate of San Lorentino, you are nearly at the top when you see this Cathedral on your left with a statue near the street. We tried to get in for a closer look because...More
Thanks to our wonderful guide, Gianna, we were fascinated by the stained glass on the side of the church. They were created by a Frenchman and they are miles beyond any other stained glass. A good guide helps you see details. Also one fresco by...More
We toured this church as part of a guided tour which helped understand the relationship with Arezzo, the pope, the Florence rivalry and politics of the time. This church does not have the beautiful frescoes of others but is worth a detour.
The first cathedral was built over the burial place of Saint Donato, the bishop of the city who was born in Arezzo, on the Pionta Hill, and the construction of this one started in 1278 and was completed in the beginning of the 16th century....More
This cathedral is huge. The side chapel with the works of Della Robbia is stunning. I love these works. The other works in the Cathedral were excellent too. The little lady in the shop was lovely. She gave me free prayer cards and asked where...More