Duomo Concattedrale di San Marco di Pordenone, Pordenone

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  • Beautiful both absolutely know see by day inside and then brilliantly illuminated in the evening. Really impressive.
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  • If you find yourself in Pordenone do not miss the opportunity to visit the Cathedral of San Marco. Contains works by G.A. from Pordenone truly remarkable. Moreover, it is really impressive and well maintained. On sunny days you can enjoy the brightness of the environment. The organ is worthy of being seen and heard. There are several chapels, of particular interest is the one dedicated to the Blessed Sacrament, with beautiful pastel colors.
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  • Typical historic centre of Pordenone local very nice on the inside with frescoes by m grande near Palazzo ricchieri
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  • Built in the second half of the 13th century in Romanesque-Gothic style on the remains of a previous building. Originally the architectural type was refined with that same Bell Tower, completed in 1347 in Romanesque-Gothic hybrid forms, the total height is 79.47 meters. The first restorations were booked in 1938 a restoration of the entire Cathedral began in 1956 and was carried out in several stages, between 1965 and 1975 was restored the floor beneath which some tombstones were found, now placed outside the Cathedral. Shortly after the 1976 Friuli earthquake caused considerable damage and had to proceed to the consolidation of the load-bearing walls, reconstruction of the interior flooring and roof of the nave. The last restoration was carried out in 1997 by the Ingegnaer Busetto Arturo, with the strengthening of masonry structure with steel rods and was a façade. In my opinion one of the most beautiful and elegant bell towers ever built to date, a perfect balance of architectural forms in its entirety, the construction materials of extreme beauty, our terracotta brick furnaces of Rivarotta.
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  • The façade is not presented well but inside and on the back is very nice to visit. Campanile staccato, majestic.
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  • The Cathedral of San Marco in Pordenone was elevated to the dignity of a Cathedral by Decree of the Sacred Congregation of bishops on October 26, 1974, with the transfer of the bishopric from Portogruaro Pordenone. Already before the year 1000 there was a chapel, enlarged in 1363, which ranged up to cruising: was goticizzante and adorned with Romanesque frescoes: the Bell Tower-one of the most beautiful in Italy-was brought up to the belfry on 15 March 1347; with the subsequent addition of the cusp, on an octagonal base, size m. 79.47 high; the choir was built in 1459, the consecration of the Temple took place on 2 October 1468, but was later enlarged in 1591 and then again in 1718: during this work it radically changed appearance, taking on neoclassical lines, "as happened unfortunately almost all the beautiful old churches of our Friuli" (Degani). The Cathedral after these enhancements that had almost renewed, was rededicated on 7 September 1812 by Bishop Giuseppe Maria Bressa, who attributed the title of Archpriest. Five altars of St. Mark come from the Church of the Rosary (unfortunately demolished in 1812), including the high altar from the cafeteria up; the canteen in polychrome marbles, with embossed figures of Saints mark and Giorgio, owners of only two parishes existing in the city, dated 25 March 1695. Above the altar, then detached from the wall of the apse, was the great altarpiece of s. Marco, opera by Pordenone. The large window to the bottom was blocked when the wall is placed the canvas, to make way for the elegant ciborium from the Church of the Rosary, as the two adoring angels, by Giuseppe e Bernardo Tamu (1694-1774). The restorations carried out in 1938 and in 1960 and those above all the years 1971-77 have revealed the pictorial elements and architectural heritage which led scholars to change some of their beliefs on the vicissitudes of this temple. Among the works of art that you remind the duomo Cathedral of Pordenone title to elegant jewellery-the portal (1511), the baptistery (1506) and the stoup (1508) by Pilacorte; the painting of "Madonna della Misericordia", one of the finest works of Sacchiense; the altarpiece of the "flight into Egypt" Amalteo nella cappella Mantica (the frescoes of Calderari, the crucifix is attributed to Pilacorte); the fresco depicting the "resurrection of Christ" by Pordenone 22 (in the sacristy); the XVI century altarpiece of s. Francis and s. Biagio dei Fogolino (1523); the altarpiece of St. Augustine and St. Catherine of Venetian Pietro della Vecchia; the doors of the baptistery (now in the Museo Civico) of Pordenone, and others. The "treasure of s. Marco" consists of sixteen different style and era relics. There are no longer the seven ancient Antiphonaries, sold by the municipality in 1878, nor the paintings the work of Pietro Venier udinese (1673-1737) destroyed in 1882. During the last restoration, came to light, concealed behind the altar, a fresco, with an inscription of 1412, the oldest so far appeared in the Cathedral.
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