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duomo

duomo at Brescia, shown in section
A cathedral; properly, an Italian cathedral.
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The so-called "Madonna With the Glass Eyes," which appears prominently at eye level and (in copy) above on the modeled facade (as well as in copy on the actual Duomo facade) also stresses the significance of the real and ideal.
Our hotel, the four-star Dei Cavalieri, is just 200 yards from the Duomo and is in the perfect position to walk to most of the city centre's attractions.
A short detour along the Via Duomo takes in Naples' breathtaking cathedral, but there are architectural gems around every corner.
Eataly is a proud supporter of the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano in its effort to launch and establish the fundraising organization, International Patrons of Duomo di Milano and its campaign, Do You Duomo?
We go into the beautiful Duomo, a huge cathedral, and the Baptistry - Italy's largest - with its acoustically perfect interior.
Walk out of the front door and the Galleria is immediately to your right while the Duomo is only 100 yards further.
Movies such as Schindler's List and Life is Beautiful in sight of the Duomo, blends current history with historical architecture.
The Duomo, the Battistero (Baptistry) and Torre Pendente (Leaning Tower) all stand within the square, drawing flocks of culture vultures.
VISIT Piazza Tasso is central to city life, with the skyline dominated by the Duomo on Corso Italia.
The focal point of Milan is the Duomo, one of the largest cathedrals in the world.
In the Duomo there are several paintings by Romanino that are guaranteed to amaze the senses.
The largest we called Il Duomo, and it is about the size of two football fields side by side and as tall as a six-story building.