Concattedrale di San Secondiano, Chiusi

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  • From the standpoint of historical artistic interest, this building is very interesting. The keeper explained that the base of the altar was basically a House (you can still see the floor). The various different invoice side columns were taken from two temples of pagan gods is thought destroyed by Attila in its raids. And on top of columns, Biblical figures and non-prophets are depicted inside of an almond. Let's say that this building for the various ups and downs concerning him is interesting. The judgment to you people of our community.
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  • the Interior is a splendor of frescos and paintings, the vaults, the arches and the walls are worth a visit.
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  • A beautiful Cathedral, very old and out of the ordinary. Its construction dates back to the 6th century and suffered modification until the 19th century. Decorated with beautiful frescoes and mosaics of Byzantine style in its interior. Stands the chapel della Madonna in its interior. A pleasant surprise to discover this magnificent temple.
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  • The Cathedral of Chiusi, entitled to St. Secondiano, dating from the 6th century and was later transformed in the 12th century. Has undergone major renovations at the time of Bishop Joseph Pannilini, from 1775 to 1822. With this restoration to recreate a 19th-century early Christian style decoration, fake Byzantine-style mosaics playing. The Interior has a Basilica form with three large naves divided by eighteen different columns: in the left aisle is the tomb of Santa Mustiola. In the Cathedral is the Diocesan Museum, which houses archeological artifacts and artwork from the territory of the Diocese: after you have opened the underground route, said labyrinth of Porsenna, which through the tunnels Etruscans, leads to the cistern Etruscan-Roman and climb the Bell Tower.
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  • Cathedral that resonates with history, altar dating back to the third century a.d.
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  • The Cathedral's beautiful and unique
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  • Nice place, there is a small square where local Gawker gossip. In the district focus holiday markets and arranged an impromptu spectacle on stage right at the front of the building.
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  • Although a clone of Ravenna, it is still nice to look at
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