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Quite a sight

In the heart of the wonderful medieval town of Montagnana you'll find this gothic Cathedral. Smack... read more

Reviewed 18 November 2017
Bandit-One
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Lucerne, Switzerland
Gold is where you find it

Over many visits to Italy, we're still struck by the rich patrimony that can be found even in the... read more

Reviewed 28 November 2016
WanderJenn
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Santa Barbara, California
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18 Nov 2017
“Quite a sight”
27 Nov 2016
“Gold is where you find it”
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Reviewed 18 November 2017

In the heart of the wonderful medieval town of Montagnana you'll find this gothic Cathedral. Smack in the middle of the Piazza it is quite a sight, built from 1431–1502 with some later additions. Around the Duomo the are festivities and events during the year,...More

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Reviewed 28 November 2016

Over many visits to Italy, we're still struck by the rich patrimony that can be found even in the smallest, most out of the way places. On our revisit to Montagnana this year, I was most struck by the stolid, planar presence of the duomo....More

1  Thank WanderJenn
Reviewed 16 February 2016

The beauty of Italy is that everywhere you go, even in small medieval towns such as this one, in the most unexpected place you will find masterpieces from internationally famous artists such as the Trasfiguration by Veronese and frescoes by Giorgione found in this late...More

Thank Thomas O
Reviewed 10 November 2015

The walled town was quite interesting. Obviously very prosperous, and miles of arcaded shops. However we had gone to see the Veronese transfiguration. The duomo was open, but unlit apart from candles around a side chapel, and we were unable to locate any "pay lights"...More

Thank CatherineBath
Reviewed 16 July 2015

This is a real surprise when you enter and find The Transfiguration by Paulo Veronese, The Miracle of the Rain by Cittadella and two frescoes found under the plaster in the 1930's by Georgione amongst other great works of art. The Duomo was build between...More

2  Thank DFD1303
Reviewed 10 November 2014

This is a late gothic building with a marble Renaissance portico at the western end attributed to Jsacopo Sansovino There are two frescos on the outside from the 15th cent attributed to Giogione and show David who has just defeated Goliath and Judith who has...More

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