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San Lorenzo Cathedral, Scala

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  • At present the style prevalent while the building is certainly before year 1169. During the 14th century the building underwent a significant expansion and transformation, in Gothic style which you notice traces at the expense of the noble family Frisara. The façade is interesting both for its configuration for the simple decorations. The portal he crams in marble with carved Griffins and shoots. At the top is an elegant medieval sculpture in bas-relief: Crown all three apses of considerable height. The Bell Tower is square and is divided into three floors by cornices in grey stone, with single-light Windows and a display of the big clock on the third floor.
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  • The Cathedral is rather unimpressive from the outside, the Interior is very aesthetically with beautiful details. The lower church is particularly worth seeing.
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  • The Church has a charm of another era, in particular the tiled floor, with delicate images of angels, the painted ceiling is well maintained, the Tomb still has medieval tracts.
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