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delagioventu wrote a review Jul 2020
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg1,061 contributions333 helpful votes
Set on the central square, very nice sight, you can visit also the interior, even under the prevailing covid measures.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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lizaliza_74 wrote a review Aug 2018
Preston, United Kingdom193 contributions25 helpful votes
fine example of Lombard Romanesque. Beware of the steps after the door if you enter the left one. Certainly the Temple of the Incoronata is of greater interest, however to be seen.Romanesque church of the twelfth century, with frescoes and crypt. Extensive explanations written inside. open until 12 pm and after 4.30 pm until 7 pm you can breathe in medieval air .
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Date of experience: August 2018
nikita1265 wrote a review Jan 2018
Lodi, Italy2 contributions
Beautiful Church in romanesque style placed in the center of Lodi. There are porticos around the square in which is the Duomo
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Date of experience: February 2017
Fulvio F wrote a review Mar 2016
Port Saint Lucie, Florida38 contributions14 helpful votes
The Duomo is a beautiful church in Roman style. It is worth a visit in conjunction with the Piazza, the Incoronata, and San Francesco Church. The are all at walking distance from each other. Stroll on Corso Roma, our sit in one of the bar under the porches in Piazza Duomo. Saturday and Sunday morning is the best time to see the local people enjoy their town. If you are in Milan and you have a spare day, it is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: March 2016
DFD1303 wrote a review May 2014
Brisbane, Australia716 contributions174 helpful votes
We were very happy we decided to go to Lodi and see this wonderful place. The main piazza with its historical buildings was capped off with a lovely Duomo. It will surprise you when you go inside - Roman Lombard style of architecture with some lovely frescoes and important relics. The porticos in the square are delightful and a great place to stop and have a coffee etc. Loved watching the local men (most with bikes) gather for a chat to discuss the results of the recent elections. Compared to Pavia is a much cleaner, organised and better maintained town. A most enjoyable visit and we will return to Lodi again
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Date of experience: May 2014
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