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The catedrale/duomo is at the bottom of an long and attractive set of stairs. Entering the church, I recommend going to the back beside the apse and seeing the Pinturechhio frescoes. The duomo has been badly damaged by an earthquake a few years ago, but...More
This is one of my favorite piazzas in Italy. Quiet when we were there, just sitting at a cafe for an hour or so watching the world go by. The buildings are so beautiful, and it is so tranquil.......small shops in the square. Quiet, wonderful...More
The combination of a gentle staircase, a large square and a cathedral is very beautiful.
The green of the surrounding mountains becomes the background, and it shines in the blue sky.
On weekdays there is less traffic, so you can enjoy the scenery relaxedly.
In my opinion this is one of the most harmonious squares in Italy. But this is just my personal opinion. The square is famous not only for its beauty. The American composer of Italian descent Giancarlo Minotti (died in 2007) decided to start at the...More