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Duomo Di Asolo, Asolo

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  • the most important Church in Asolo for his neoclassical style. built in the 17th century inside it has 3 naves and beautiful paintings to see why very beautiful
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  • This is a very small cathedral. With the exception of the marble alter; the interior is simple and plain like the exterior. It is worth a quick look. 
  • Sixteenth-century-looking Church, built on the site where there was a much older building. The Interior, with three naves, conserves two important Lorenzo Lotto's blades and Jacopo da Ponte. Beautiful baptismal font of 1491 with the coat of arms of Caterina Cornaro, Queen of Cyprus.
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  • The Cathedral of Asolo is probably on the site of the old cathedral. Inside there is the altar, made of Carrara marble by Pasino Canova, Antonio Canova's grandfather and the altarpiece of the assumption by Jacopo da Ponte.
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  • Worth visiting!
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