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Duomo di Pietrasanta, Pietrasanta

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  • When I arrived at 11am Sunday morning a service was just starting with 2 children beig s christened and a lovely childrens choir singing and a good number of people inthe congregation. So this added a...  more »
  • It is one of the important places to visit in Petrasante. Need to read more in internet or in books before coming here, to know more about it's history.  more »
  • The marble work was fantastic .It seams for a hour, you are in an other world.The ceiling been so hight and all the decoration even the smallest one had detail which are mesmerizing.  more »
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  • Wonderful cathedral with wonderful paintings and marble pulpit inside.
  • The Duomo di Pietrasanta, the Collegiate Church of St. Martin, is located in piazza del Duomo in Pietrasanta, in Versilia, in the province of Lucca. The first news about the Church dates back to 1223, while some extension works were recorded in 1330. Pope Urban VI in 1387 endowed it with a chapter of canons and promoted the Church to Collegiate Church equipping of the baptismal font. The exterior is clad in white marble that abound in the area, with a sloping facades, which strongly suggests the Interior with three aisles. The plan of the Church is a Latin cross with three naves, a transept. The works date from various periods, but the period that most influenced the present appearance is to the Grand Duchess Christina of Lorraine, who in 1627 commissioned to Florentine artists the renovation of the Church. (from wiki)
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  • From 12 November to February 5, 2017 there are a selection of bronze sculptures of the Catalan master Salvador Dali
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  • Impressive monument that stands in the square. The stairwell of the tower. To see
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  • Bello il Duomo and evocative artworks that alternate in the square.
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