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Duomo di Ravello

Piazza Vescovado, 84010, Ravello, Italy
+39 089 858311
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The Cathedral, built during the 11th century, consists of three naves, separatred by two colonnades, each of which is formed by eight coloumns of granite, transept and crypt. The famous bronze doors, made by Barisano from Trani using the relief-techinque, were given to the Cathedral in 1179 by Sergio Muscettola, an important member of the Ravello patriciate. The ambo of Epistle (12th Century)is marked by bizantine decorations and is decorated by mosaics representing the Giona's story, a symbol of the Death and Resurrection of Christ. The pulpit made by Nicola di Bartolomeo from Foggia in 1272 is a present of Nicola Rufolo. It rests on six twist coloums adorned with mosaics; the backs of six lions are the base of these coloums. It's richly adorned with mosaic slabs representing geometrical, animal and plant decorations. Th marble chapel of St. Pantaleone, patron of Ravello, was built during the 17th century to preserve the precious relic of the patrons's blood. The miracle of liquefaction dates from 1057 in Constantinople.
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Piazza Vescovado, 84010, Ravello, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It is a very nice church to visit, but it isn't very large so a good time to visit is in the evening at aperitivo time

Thank willgero
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Called I just before the sacristan was closing the church for the night. While this church didn't have the attraction of multiple stained glass windows and grand statues, it had a peacefulness and simplicity which I appreciated.

Thank Ginger151219
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Don't miss the Duomo di Ravello if you are nearby. It is a beautiful and sacred space that was calming to visit. We saw two brides in one day and both looked like they had a wonderful day and wedding.

Thank BostonPop
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Just keep going, tour the crypt, sanctuary everything. This place just keeps getting better the more time you spend.

Thank WmECamp
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Most of the Duomos in Italy are extremely ornate, this was the opposite. It was very beautiful and of course very peaceful. It really is well worth a visit

Thank Sue E
Reviewed May 20, 2017

The interior of the Duomo is fairly simple but has some very unique and interesting mosaics. Worth a visit is you are in Ravello

Thank SFSCL
Reviewed May 19, 2017

Step out of the sunshine into the cool serenity of the Duomo and take a minute to reflect and give thanks for life's pleasures.

Thank Alison W
Reviewed May 18, 2017

It faces the main square and was built in the 11th century. The Duomo (Cathedral) is a combination of Baroque and Romanesque styles and has undergone extensive modifications. For me, the main interest it the pulpit, which is supported by six spiralled columns sitting atop...More

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Reviewed May 18, 2017

Facing the main square, it mixes Baroque and Romanesque styles. Pay special attention to the pulpit supported by six spiraled columns sitting atop marble lions.

Thank NaliniXS
Reviewed May 7, 2017 via mobile

Small church with historic mosaic and Norman Arab influence. All of the church is on an upwards incline likely as built on rock. Quiet and cool place to contemplate life after the touristy streets of revello.

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Jesus E
What is the significance of the six lions at the base of the Pulpit of the Gospels?
March 24, 2015|
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Response from Barisano76 | Property representative |
The lion in the medieval iconography is the symbol of Christ. Jesus si also called "the lion of Judah".
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