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Cattedrale di Trani

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Cattedrale di Trani

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limonina_pita wrote a review Sep 2020
Kranj, Slovenia9 contributions8 helpful votes
Beautiful church and really worth to go also to the bell tower. For 5€ per person you ll get best view in Trani.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Sylvain G. wrote a review Jul 2020
Lugrin, France183 contributions3,969 helpful votes
A very nice and unusual cathedral / church. It is worthy for its specific architecture and its look. The crypt and the hypogeus are free also. The whole visit would be about 10-20 minutes.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Juergen wrote a review Jul 2020
Rome, Italy28 contributions28 helpful votes
More than 850 years old church with even much older crypt and even very ancient place below. Excellent architecture good restored recently
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Vadim wrote a review Mar 2020
Murmansk, Russia19,775 contributions2,481 helpful votes
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Strange to say in Trani-this Cathedral must be seen. Is it possible to be in Trani and not see this Cathedral? This Norman Cathedral, completed by the end of the XII century, is visible almost everywhere. Well, unless you can't see it from the train station. The visual effect produced by the Cathedral is explained by three reasons. Location on the shore of the sea. The Cathedral is visually separated from the urban development and is perceived separately. Limestone tuff from the quarries of Trani has a distinctly white color with a pink tinge. This creates an unusual contrast. And finally the bell tower. The Cathedral's Campanile is massive, but does not visually press down on the Cathedral. Taken out to sea with the Cathedral, it resembles a lighthouse. It is very consonant with the Maritime status of the city and the profile of Saint Nicholas the Traveler. (Nicola Pellegrino)..
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Manuel P wrote a review Feb 2020
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg2,190 contributions108 helpful votes
Was being maintained during visit of 17.02.20, but we still had the possibility of having a quick look inside. It is of an impressive size.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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