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Although ornate, this cathedral has mostly huge paintings that must have darkened with age. There is also a reliquary with an almost complete skeleton (notice the teeth) which we assumed was the named saint.
The Cathedral of Gallipoli is situated in the old city set amongst the narrow lanes. The front is imposing but due to the restricted viewing it is difficult to photograph. The inside is baroque and a mixture of bright ornate stone and pictures, some of...More
You cannot miss the cathedral in the heart of the old town. It is a beautiful Baroque building impressive and beautifully decorated inside and out. Lots of bars and cafes around and if you are lucky enough a wedding taking place in the cathedral; great...More
Lovely church in a small piazza. We went out of season and in the week so not too busy. We were able to sit quietly and contemplate without loads of people about. Nice little gist shops and café scattered around - all very welcoming
If visiting Gallipoli this is a must if you are into churches, metal works, architecture and paintings.
Simply stunning craftwork and a beautiful space to reflect check out the pics, no more need to be said
Response from HampshireBirdman | Reviewed this property |
Like most others in Italy mornings are the most reliable times to visit. Evening opening tends to be not so regular. But normally open 7:30 to 13:00 then again later to 9:30 ish. But things can change with special ‘days’.