Duomo di San Michele Arcangelo, San Daniele del Friuli

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  • In the historical centre of San Daniele del Friuli next to the 15th-century Guarneriana library (the oldest public library in Friuli and one of the oldest libraries of Italy) at the top of a staircase stands solemn and imposing the luminous 18th-century façade of the Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel, designed by arch. John Smith, designer of the most important religious and civil buildings of the 18th century in England. Behind the Cathedral and the Guarneriana library, the Bell Tower, completed in the 16th century by the architect. Giovanni da Udine, dominates the entire area surrounding the Hill of San Daniele. Inside the Cathedral houses the beautiful XVI century altarpiece by G.A. de Sacchis (commonly known as il Pordenone) dedicated to the "Holy Trinity".
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  • Sunday April 2 beautiful tour with 50 friends departure and first visit venzone in friuli to visit the dome, the country, everything nice. then we went to san daniele ham, visited the camarin, then lunch, always had great accoglienza.poi all extraordinary visit to camarin palmanova fascinating city with its history deserves to be seen.
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  • The Church of San Michele arcangelo was gradually rebuilt during the 18th century. The beautiful façade, preceded by an impressive staircase, was built to a design by the architect John Smith. The sixteenth-century bell tower. The Interior, with three naves, conserves the extraordinary "Holy Trinity" of Pordenone and three sketches by Tiepolo.
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