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Duomo di Sant'Andrea, Portogruaro
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  • The main church of Portogruaro was completely rebuilt in neoclassical style, so nothing ancient and authentic in it already. However, the Bell Tower has been preserved from the middle ages. It is elegant and tilted so that it can be called a leaning tower of Portogruaro.
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  • The current Cathedral of Sant'Andrea was built in neoclassical style in the first half of the nineteenth century, in lieu of a far more ancient sacred building. From an architectural point of view is not particularly peculiarities. But inside houses numerous works of art, attributed to Giovanni Martini, Pomponio Amalteo, Palma il Giovane. In a side altar you can admire a copy of "the incredulity of Saint Thomas" by Cima da Conegliano, preserved in Portogruaro until 1870 and then sold to the National Gallery in London. Impressive, finally, go under the Bell Tower in Romanesque style, presenting a significant and visible slope.
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  • Not your usual Dome with stairs that give access to a large courtyard with tall columns. On the contrary, it stumbles without realizing it and with the surprise to finally see a church. The Interior is very simple but very beautiful frescoes and a great presbytery with a beautiful carved wooden lectern depicting 2 angels.
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