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Cattedrale di San Feliciano

Piazza della Repubblica, Foligno, Italy
+39 0742 352179
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This cathedral door shows Frederick Barbarossa and Pope Innocent III.

This cathedral door shows Frederick Barbarossa and Pope Innocent III who started a new age of... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
fvanhulsen
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Egmond-Binnen, The Netherlands
Don't pass up a chance to see the Cathedral di San Feliciano. Students of church design need to visit this place.

Here is another reason for me to want to visit and stay in Umbria long enough to enable myself to... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2017
freddiefrumko
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Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
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Piazza della Repubblica, Foligno, Italy
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

This cathedral door shows Frederick Barbarossa and Pope Innocent III who started a new age of harmony. Inspiring canvases and frescos. With a beautiful baldachin, almost the same as in the Saint Peter in Rome, hoovering over the altar. A place for workship and prayer.

Thank fvanhulsen
Reviewed 22 July 2017

Here is another reason for me to want to visit and stay in Umbria long enough to enable myself to see what there is to see and study before rushing off to Perugia and Assisi. I had taken the train from Orvieto to see where...More

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Reviewed 27 September 2016

Inside you will find the church very similar to the Basilica S. Pietro in Rome: The baldacchino is a Replica. As All italina churches a Must see.

Thank Usui H
Reviewed 14 March 2016

Maybe because of the number of outstanding churches in Umbria,artistically speaking,this cathedral is mostly ignored by tourists,but it deserves more attention. What immediately captures the eye is the "baldachino" over the main altar,a reprodution done in 1698,with a few variables,of the one in St.Peter's in...More

1  Thank Cocciolino2015
Reviewed 12 January 2015

It's not one of the 'great' Italian cathedrals, but it has remarkable features. First, the huge St Peter's-style baldachin over the altar (directly under the dome), second, the pink stone on the facade (perhaps elsewhere - I didn't see), and third the pair of heraldic...More

1  Thank ELear
Reviewed 16 October 2014

As I write this, I realize that while this church is not overly-special for Italy, it would be a "must see" attraction if located anywhere in the US. The lovely pink and white façade is particularly fine. The internal church museum is worth a visit.

Thank TJCGrandRapids
Reviewed 4 June 2013

My husband and I were using Foligno as a base from which to visit the amazing l'Infiorata celebration in nearby Spello, so had not researched Foligno. As we were walking to the train station, we stopped in Piazza Repubblica, and were amazed at what we...More

1  Thank CheSaraSara10
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