Cattedrale San Giovanni Battista Cesena, Cesena

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  • The present Cathedral of Cesena, in Romanesque style, Gothic, was built in the second half of the fourteenth century at the behest of Andrea Malatesta. Altered several times over the following centuries, the Church is now a sober façade, embellished with a beautiful portal splayed, round arch. Inside, of particular artistic value is the chapel of the Madonna del popolo, which houses the eponymous ancona, made from Bagnacavallo in 1520, object of devotion for the faithful; very evocative are also 18th century frescoes by Corrado Giaquinto. In the crypt, at this time, you can also see a nice crib.
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  • It was built on the site of the ancient Church of marble Cross between 1378 and 1408, in Romanesque-Gothic style, probably by the German architect Undervaldo. The three-nave Interior preserves important sculptures by Octavian by Duccio (1467), Giovan Battista Bregno (1505) and Lorenzo Bregno (1517), and frescoes by Corrado Giaquinto (1751) in the chapel of the Madonna del Popolo.
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  • Roman Gothic style built in 1300 by Andrea Malatesta and renovated several times. Great paintings inside to 3 aisles. It's well worth a visit to this historical monument
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