Back in June when we visited Amalfi I had forgotten to mention this wonderful Duomo. Amalfi itself is not that big so when you pass through the main archway into the piazza, the Duomo just overtakes the landscape as you look to your right. It sits atop of what seems to be 100 or so steps. Do not miss the wonderful Frescos inside. Immediately next to the Duomo you can make your way to the Crypt. The crypt (which is below the Duomo) houses the head and bones of St.Andrew. They were moved here from Constantinople (Instanbul) in 1208 AD. The crypt is a church into itself and you access it by first going through the "Cloister" and museum. Venice has St. Mark, Rome St. Peter, Santiago De Compostela (Spain) has Santiago or St. James and Amalfi has St. Andrew. If visiting Amalfi don't miss it, it's worth it.
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