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Duomo di Pietrasanta, Pietrasanta

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  • even though the structure is Romanesque style characteristic of the Renaissance period, one can admire sculptures and works of Tuscan artists of the time. beautiful cross-vaulted ceiling. immense for beauty the rose window on the front above the entrance of the nave.
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  • We stopped in Pietrasanta for a couple of days. Decided to take a break and see Chinkveterre. The town itself was just one day, besides cannoning off the dribble. So we walked in just a couple of hours. Largely centered because the sea stand in such weather is useless. The city as a whole. Even driving in search of a place where we have removed habitation, drew attention to the numerous sculptural workshops. And in the city itself proved countless different monuments, sculptures and monuments, mostly modern. The square in front of the Duomo is filled with them from and to, as a small museum. Total-cute town. With exciting outdoor exposure.
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  • Duomo beautiful and charming, quaint. Well worth a visit. Also the country is gorgeous.
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