Well situated below a long flight of stairs making the approach grand. Interior is special with painting of the coronation of Virgin Mary.
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Duomo Spoleto is a beautiful site with reams of history attached. Be sure to venture inside to see some of the dated alters which were used locally.
Like most Italian churches, this one deserves a walk around. The church is not as flamboyant as some, but the artwork and architecture are interesting. Stop and enjoy it for a while, it's worth it.
As Australians being invited to this beautiful part of Italy to attend my god daughters wedding, we were so excited to experience being in such a stunning cathedral. As our first place to visit in Italy at the beginning of our month long holiday, Spoleto...More
As we approached this cathedral after making our way up the hills of Spoleto...it was quite stately and beautiful. The intricate arches in the front invite you to come inside and appreciate the interior space. Check out the beautiful paintings and murals around the altar...More
It's a beautiful cathedral and contains interesting art work. We would have done well to have been better prepared - either to have read up on it or to have downloaded the app that acts as an audio guide. There is a QR code for...More
We returned to see the Cathedral at the end of the day. Other than first thing in the morning, this is one of the best times. Tourists have mainly been and gone. The cathedral is beautiful in its setting, has a fantastic facade and stunning...More
Spoleto is a well kept secret but the lack of tourist hordes is probably one of its charms. It is an elegant and noble looking town and the duomo was spectacular with beautiful frescoes. We spent about 1 hour looking around with our 4yo son....More