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Co-Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary, Sutri

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  • Worth a visit, preferably thorough but if this is impossible even fleeting. Behold the icon of Christ pantokrator dates from the 12th century. Only this icon a worthwhile visit to Sutri. The crypt is impressive and very old. Consider that in this crypt was held a conclave, in medieval times, for the election of a Pontiff (I think Clement II). Also notice the Cosmati floor
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  • The beautiful and ancient Church, dates from the 12th century, but was built on even older remains. Beautiful and imposing medieval Bell Tower in Romanesque style. Too bad that a religious, historical and artistic site, so big and beautiful, it's kinda circumscribed between the houses of the village, but perhaps this may be part of its characteristic. Certainly as you enter inside the Church, you will be fascinated, frescos, paintings, statues, the old floor, from the high altar, the side chapels. The crypt, with old world charm and mysterious. I enclose a photo.
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  • Magnificent 12th-century cathedral, and was consecrated by Pope Innocent III in 1207. the Church has had over the years several interventions and modifications, beautiful medieval Bell Tower and the Cosmati floor crypt but must be careful and go down the stairs to the left of the altar, because only there's a mechanism for turning on lights, 1 euro for 4 minutes, there have been some consolidation in the cement that certain jar a little but apparently not one could do without! Of great historical and artistic value is the table of the Holy Saviour, notably the fact that it is almost always open!
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