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Cattedrale di San Pietro, Alessandria

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Religious Site
Cattedrale di San Pietro is located in Alessandria. Make Cattedrale di San Pietro a part of your Alessandria vacation plans using our Alessandria tourist route planner.
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  • As a child I used to go to mass at the Duomo, the Cathedral was filled with people and already pregustavamo, we children, mother's day stop at one of the shops, beautiful and fragrant, for the traditional Sunday services. Good times ....
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  • St Peter's Cathedral or the Cathedral called by alessandrini demolished and rebuilt about 200 years ago in neoclassical style and is situated in a small and elegant square in front of the Conservatory VIvaldi: on the left side of the façade the monument dedicated to Gagliaudo popular figure dear to us AB and on the right side the imposing Bell Tower one of the highest in Italy. Inside is the fine wooden statue of the Madonna della Salve the patron saint of the city and beautiful paintings of the famous painter Guglielmo Caccia
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  • Nineteenth-century cathedral by very elegant architectural lines. Interesting the crucifix in the first chapel on the right, capped with a copper foil from the waist down, our Lady of Uscetto in the second chapel on the right is the oldest painting of the Church. Beautiful chapel dedicated to the Madonna della Salve, patron of the city with Saint Baudolino. Advice to go to the sacristy to admire the three canvases of Moncalvo.
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