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Cappella Di San Brizio (Duomo), Orvieto
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  • Unusually beautiful chapel with magnificent frescoes. Come off eyes cannot. And gazed down incredulously at without stopping)))
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  • The majestic Duomo of Orvieto leaves us stunned with so much beauty on the outside and inside. It was a lot of work and dedication to the construction of this monument to all these years. Richness in details of beautiful carved stone floor (marble and granite) and the beautiful and super high ceiling decorated.
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  • ...in himself. Every time our visits you discovered something in the frescoes, which were not noticed one on the last visit. But outside look at you will find excellent stonework in the facade. So go, the price of admission is it worth.
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  • You pay 3 Euros to see a half forgettable fresco of Raphael in a small Hall Chapel. I recommend you rather visit the National Gallery.
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  • According to tradition, the primitive Church was built on a pagan temple dedicated to the Sun God, from which derives the name of the ward. On the second altar on the left was the fresco of the Trinity and Saints by Raphael and Perugino now isolated in a rectangular room adjacent to the Church, accessed from a side entrance with a ticket of € 3, which allows access to other two properties in Perugia. The Trinity, is certainly worth a visit!
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