A must see part of Spoleto - the whole building is impressive and in immaculate condition. Easy to view from the roadway ascending up to the castle.
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This is the Duomo of old Spoleto, Umbria, perched atop a hill overlooking the city and valleys. Great views of the Umbrian hills and old town.
From the moment we turned the corner and found the duomo with its piazza and bell tower, we were thrilled. Nothing about it is overdone or remotely touristy, and you can quietly wander in and look around at your own pace. Save 50 cents for...More
If you are in Spoleto, and have an interest in Christian history and paintings, this is worth a visit.
This magnificent building is situated centrally down a small road. The piazza is interesting too. Many great frescos inside. Spoletto is a nice city to visit with its old Roman Theater. A pageant took place on our visit, many locals dressed in period costumes. We...More
We came to Spoleto most of all to see the frescoes of Fra Filippo Lippi on the ceiling of the apse of the Duomo. They were painted in 1469 and they were his last works. He died while working on this commission. There is a...More
There's a great vista when you look down the steps to look at the west façade. Now when you go in make sure you go to the chapels on the right. You'll need a 50cent piece to operate the light machine (also for a chapel...More
Such a beautiful and we'll situated Duomo. The affreschi are delightful, the letter from San Francesco is charming and to see this cathedral illuminated at night from outside is a special experience. The Open Art gallery of local artist Impero Panella just down the road...More