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The old part of Barga is rather depressing with many of the houses unused and in a poor state . On a fine October day there were hardly any people about and the few cafes and shops were shut. I agree the views when you...More
This rather austere building sits at the top of the lovely little town of Barga, more like a fortress than a church. The views are amazing, and the duomo itself is ancient and well preserved, with some interesting features including carved lion heads and extensive...More
Barga Cathedral dates from the year 998 AD and in keeping with rural architecture of that time it is quite austere with few windows or decorative elements except the stonework around the entrance door and the carved stone pulpit.
It is well worth the walk...More
We parked the car near the hospital and walked up to the cathedral. We were lucky because there were no people and the view was absolutely stunning. It’s pretty unbelievable that it was built in 10th century. Walking down through those small streets of Barga...More
Interior is impressive, but the view of the countryside is most memorable. Around 7:00 am In May, the valley is slowly waking up and you can hear the occasional bird or dog on the other side of the valley maybe 2 km away. A sign...More