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Duomo (Cathedral) of Barga, Barga

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Admire the paintings that decorate the walls of Duomo (Cathedral) of Barga, or the column standing on lion sculptures which support the structure from inside. Come here to worship in peace, or peacefully walk the gardens that surround the cathedral. Because it stands on a hill, above the town, it also offers an enviable view of the rooftops, and nearby hills. Listen to the ringing of the bell, or the impressive sounds of the pipe organ which resonate through the limestone-walled building. Make Duomo (Cathedral) of Barga a part of your Barga vacation plans using our Barga trip builder.
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  • Barga is a good surprise, authentic streets, and everything above, the terrace of the duomo, with a quite spectacular view! The Interior of the Cathedral we has not inspired, but the village is worth a visit.
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  • Those bells sound fantastic up close. Beautiful architecture. I was lucky enough to see a mass. Beautiful organist and singing.  more »
  • It looks like a castle but is the duomo of Barga, Romanesque, medieval, a pulpit is a portal to a unique expressive force. Not to be missed!
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  • The most Scottish town in Italy! Haha classic, good visit though, almost no one there made it even more special
  • Barga cathedral has some interesting architectural features.
  • It's amazing!!!
  • From outside is very nice. Unfortunately closed at night so I don't know how it is in.
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  • Duomo of Barga, more splendor, overlooking the Valley, in the evening the façade turns a magnificent Gold.
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