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While other medieval centers were building classic Romanesque churches, this one is different. The nave is much wider, giving an amazing sense of spaciousness. The arches are wider and higher, all very interesting.
The stunning rose window above the entrance of this 12th century duomo is surrounded by the symbols of the evangelists; eagle of St. Giovani, bull of St. Luca, lion of St. Marco, and angel of St. Matteo. The high alter is actually a Roman sarcophagus....More
Set high up in the old town is the Duomo. We found the easiest way to get to it was to take one of the lifts from near the Piazza Grande which saved some climbing. It was a very large and austere chamber decorated with...More
Originally built in the 1200s, Gubbio's cuomo is not the most spectacular you may see on your trip but it's interior has a pleasing symmetry and beauty. It sits at the top of the City and perhaps this is one reason it tends to be...More
Although the Cathedral is still bring renovated and still deemed unsafe to allow visitors, you can still get very good views of the interior from two open doors. Situated next to the Ducal Palace, and just along from Ranghiasci Park, this quiet area of Gubbio...More