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Cattedrale di Terracina, Terracina
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  • The history of this magnificent Cathedral: Cathedral of terracina is in the hole, on the podium of the Roman temple dedicated to Rome. The original paving of the old via Appia is observable on the right side of the square. The first certain information of the Church dates back to the 9th century, while the Romanesque building consecrated in 1074 by the Bishop of Montecassino Ambrose. The Bell Tower, porch and interior furnishings date back to between the 12th and 13th centuries: it is believed that in 1257 the steeple was visible state today.
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  • A square enclosing centuries of Roman history. Every stone takes you to travel with the memory at the time who were and imagine entertainment and relaxation with wonderful sea view of Terracina, from where you can see popping up between the blue sea and the blue sky the islands of Ponza and Ventotene. An open air museum displays the wonders in that stretch of water has been found on the seabed. Jewelry, bottles, jugs, statues, etc. The cathedral stands majestically overlooking the entire square with its Romanesque-Gothic-Byzantine. On its left the ancient road that leads inside the old city and port that prevented access to the enemies. Ruins of a temple, a House and other strains to remember. Three hours of fantastic views of the past.
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  • Considering that we are in Tuscany, considering that it is a seaside town, this is a beautiful Cathedral, certainly cannot compete with many others but the place is definitely a gem
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  • The Cathedral is of ancient origins, built between the fifth and sixth centuries using the remnants of an ancient Roman temple with five naves del foro citizen. The building has undergone several surgeries and restorations, including that of the 11th century (with the consecration to the city's Patron Saint san Cesareo of 1074), that of the thirteenth century and especially the 18th century restoration, which reduced the Church has five aisles with the construction of chapels and a vaulted ceiling of the ceiling instead of the Romanesque trusses. The Cathedral has its importance in the history of the Church, because it was held the papal conclave which elected Pope Urban II Pope 1088.
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  • Church does not adequately valued
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  • A beautiful Cathedral.
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  • Terracina is not only sea ... Very impressive village, well worth a visit
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