Duomo Dogale - Parrocchia S.S. Redentore, Palmanova

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  • The Cathedral of Palma Nova is in a dominant position on the square, a spectacular façade constructed of Istrian stone
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  • The façade of the Church is the stone of istria Vrsar white: it is divided horizontally into two rows of four columns, the tympanum bears a bronze lion made in 1894 by Ferdinand Busetti. Towards the end of 1600 were placed on the façade statues of patron saints; at the heart of the Redeemer and sides San Marco S, Justina. The steeple is squat, but these dimensions had to make from the outside of the Fort you are not supposed to make it clear there was a country with his Church. Within interesting is the altar of the militia, with an altarpiece by Padovanino.
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  • The Church of the most Holy Redeemer in Palmanova was built during the 17th century. The elegant façade is characterized by a great Lion of Saint Mark. Inside, particularly interesting the altar of militias with a lovely altarpiece by Padovanino. The chapel of the Carmine, which houses a Virgin with child, attributed to Domenico da Tolmezzo.
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  • Amazing Cathedral with relics and gold
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  • A magnificent place. Duomo to visit
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  • Once with few studies, did works beautiful
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  • Beautiful church in the Centre of Palmanova
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  • Nice
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