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The cathedral was open even mid afternoon and entry was free. The unadorned arched nave and multi-columned windows behind the altar are very nice. Unusual shaped baptismal font. Walk round the back outside as you get a good impression of the various architectural additions over...More
This romanesque church is simple and unadorned. The interior is mostly un-plastered stonework with little ornamentation or decoration. You get a really sense of what an early medieval church may have looked like. The interior comprises a nave with an adjoining baptistery. There is access...More
This old cathedral is particularly remarkable for its very old crypt (8th century) and beautiful baptistery (11th century) with its wall paintings. The cathedral was is built on the ruins of a much earlier Lombard church, which in turn had been constructed on the site...More
Beautiful church, simple and classic with soaring ceilings. Some wonderful baptismals and other more ancient relics have been uncovered in the basement and are well-displayed. It felt like a truly reverent place.
This is a plain old church with very few statues, paintings, gold, etc. But, that is it's beauty. The construction of the walls is the original block work which is very interesting. You feel like you have gone back to a church five hundred years...More