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Verona's Cathedral (Duomo), Verona

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.1/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web
Consecrated in 1187, Romanesque cathedral Verona's Cathedral (Duomo) features 14th-century frescoes and a projecting porch that is supported by two griffons and decorated with 12th-century sculptures by Nicholaus. The Gothic windows are part of 14th-century renovations, while the Baroque designs at the top of the facade came along in the 18th century. The cavernous apse dates to the mid-12th-century. Stick around to hear the church bells, still rung in the Vernonese tradition. The cathedral is included on the multiple-monuments pass the city offers. Make Verona's Cathedral (Duomo) a part of your Verona vacation plans using our Verona vacation trip planner.
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  • Get up to the dome and then find out that the entrance is free of charge becomes a disappointment. If you do have to pay to visit a church be. ...
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  • An historical image and brings back to the middle ages, beautiful setting in a square always crowded because of its importance, very close to the Centre of the Arena di Verona
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  • Always again impressive what our ancestors have done to create such a work of art, from the outside and the inside, you should have seen.
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  • a most amazing cathedral peaceful place to rest and pray
  • Great building, but it's not for free to go inside.
  • Beautiful cathedral in Verona!
  • A wonderful cathedral
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