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Duomo di Spoleto

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Duomo di Spoleto

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Piazza del Duomo, 06049, Spoleto Italy
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Water Landscapes: Sources of Clitunno, Spoleto and the Marmore Waterfall

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Dotted with medieval hamlets and quiet hermitages, the Umbrian hills are enchanting. A few kilometres are enough to find yourself immersed in nature, with centuries-old beech woods, deep caves and mountains steeped in ancient legends.<br>Water emerges in springs and mountain lakes; it flows in rivers, carving out striking stone canyons; it gathers in swamps and artificial basins, transforming them into natural oases.
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Dietmar W wrote a review Oct 2020
Hannover, Germany82 contributions59 helpful votes
I did not expect such a beautiful church outside of Rome or Florence. The dome is full of religious art. I especially liked the little side ship, where there is a window in the ceiling, letting in natural light which makes the colour of the paintings look even brighter.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Steveage wrote a review Feb 2020
Rexburg, Idaho3,286 contributions435 helpful votes
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Construction of the Duomo begun around 1175 and completed in 1227. The huge Filipo Lippi fresco alone will blow you away! Lippi’s tomb is here (1469). Also, there is an authentic letter written from St. Francis of Assisi in this church! There’s a gift from Frederick Barbarossa in this church to the town of Spoleto. A golden picture of the Virgin Mary from the 11th century! The original floor is here, from 1207!! I’m exclamation-pointing everything because I just get so psyched about the incredible amount of gorgeous, medieval art in this place. The mosaic on the outside front of the church is from 1207, Christ surrounded by John the Baptist and his mother. Jesus is holding open a Bible to John 8:12. The bells ring out form the 12th century bell tower, it’s pure magic! Free, go.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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ArmyRangeratMIT wrote a review Nov 2019
Wayne, Pennsylvania547 contributions453 helpful votes
Spoleto is my vote for hidden gem in Italy! It is a most beautiful little town in Umbria with the delicious smell of truffles everywhere, wonderrful Shopping and several churches, Of which the Duomo which stands out… Less than two hours from Rome this is an amazing place to spend some time and walk the steep hills!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Kimberley O wrote a review Nov 2019
Ottawa, Canada21 contributions17 helpful votes
This is a must "go see." Very beautiful on the inside and out! I didn't have time to do the guided tour but I would have like to.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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RP-Netherlands wrote a review Oct 2019
Leidschendam, The Netherlands1,151 contributions359 helpful votes
In many Italian towns the Duomo is the most beautiul building. Spoleto is no exception. The Duomo di Spoleto is a fabulous building which houses fabulous freso's and other artwork. The floor is particularly beautiful. The Duomo also has a pretty square in front of it, an open space that makes the Doumo stand out. The interior has to be seen, it is stunning. From the Duomo it is a short walk to other must-see sites of Spoleto, so there is every reason to go and see it. Admittance is free of charge.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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