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It really is worth it to take a walk up the hill from the Ancona center towards the Cathedral. itself it is lovely piece of Romanesque architecture worth admiring. Even more so the walk upthere with its views of the harbour bellow, the docsks and...More
When you eventually get to the top the views of the harbour are breathtaking, particularly the views of the ship yard where you can look down on all the various stages of construction. The cathedral is also quite impressive although small by Italian standards!
The entrance is impressive with the lions guarding the entrance. The cathedral is vast inside albeit somewhat conservative in comparison with some of the other churches in the city and indeed Italy. That said it has a unique calmness about it. Go into the crypt,...More
On a hill overlooking the city of Ancona (Italy) and the Adriatic coast, you will find the Cathedral of San Ciriaco. Take a walk around the outskirts of the City and through some lovely gardens and views of the Adriatic sea and get to the...More
After a good climb you can find the cathedral in the old centre of Ancona. It is a nice building and you should definitely check out the panoramic views in front and next to the cathedral. Hope for good weather for the most excellent views!...More
This is one of the region's most important churches of the Medieval Period. Dedicated to the city's patron saint - San Ciriaco - you will find his funerary urn inside the church. Noteworthy are the Greek cross floor plan, the ship hull painted wood ceiling...More