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Duomo di Lodi, Lodi

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  • The Duomo is a beautiful church in Roman style. It is worth a visit in conjunction with the Piazza, the Incoronata, and San Francesco Church. The are all at walking distance from each other. Stroll on...  more »
  • We were very happy we decided to go to Lodi and see this wonderful place. The main piazza with its historical buildings was capped off with a lovely Duomo. It will surprise you when you go inside - Ro...  more »
  • Romanesque structure typical of cathedrals with large structural columns, bella there too little chapel on the floor below. The Cathedral with its impressive facade on one of the most beautiful squares in Italy. I recommend visiting
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  • Interior very scenic. Massive brick columns. Very elegant Gothic porch.
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  • On one of Europe's largest square overlooking the great Romanesque cathedral of lodi.
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  • Exquisite example of Lombard Romanesque style church with magnificent marble rose window in the center of the asymmetrical façade. Inside a Basilica with nave and aisles with galleries. The use of brick and arches typical of this architectural style.
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  • Our cathedral overlooking the most beautiful square of Italy!
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  • Beautiful Romanesque-looking building. The Interior contains various works including a polyptych by Callisto Piazza and a "judgement" of the 15th century.
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