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The Duomo in Spoleto is situated in a piazza that you walk down into. The view of the church from the steps is stunning. Inside there are a number of beautiful frescoes. The frescoes above the main alter are incredible, but don't miss the side...More
Only managed to view from the outside but this is a spectacular building and by far one of the best I have seen in the whole of Italy. The approach from the steps is magnificent. I only wish I had been able to see inside....More
I’m still agog at the splendor of this church. Amazing Lippi ceiling, old frescos hidden behind baroque renovations, and a 12th-century clocktower you can climb! A marvel. Daughter loved the chapels and exploring.
Original structure built in 12th century but since remodeled during the Renaissance. It has a Romanesque facade which is quite striking. Inside there are numerous stained glass windows, beautiful frescoes, a Bernini bust of Pope Urban VIII and incredible flooring. It is located on the...More
From the seting of the church, in the upper piazza, to the beautiful frescoes and windows of the interior, this is a must see. Especially now that you can get to the top of the town using the incrediable escalotors from the lower town inside...More