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Piazza del Duomo, Pistoia
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  • I expected a different church and what struck me is the large amount of tombs. The architecture is a bit grotty.
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  • In typical Tuscan style, this square has not lived up to my expectations! Though visited with the rain it was a really nice experience. Guests can visit the Cathedral which is obviously at the front of the Baptistery. Highly recommended!
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  • Walking through the narrow streets of Pistoia you emerge in piazza Duomo. A beautiful square to admire in different angles. Just beautiful
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  • Wow! What an experience, completely worth ever bit of time, money and energy. Save a little extra money for tickets to the top. Also, if you look closely to the outside of the building you can see the smaller details ; )
  • lots if famous stuff in one place. Very nice. Really lots of people
  • Wide open spaces. Able to get away from the crowd and soak in the history and architecture.
  • Piazza del Duomo’s exterior is so ornate. I could stay there all day and just stare at the beautiful cathedral described as a mixture of Byzantine and Renaissance art. It is surrounded by structures that are as beautiful like the Pisa Tower and the Pisa Baptistery.
  • Very busy when we went. People taking photos from all angles. Security is very high with armed guards wondering the grounds. The tower itself has a consistently large queue and you must leave your bags before ascending. There are a lot of places to go into and learn about but you have to pay.