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duomo

duomo at Brescia, shown in section
A cathedral; properly, an Italian cathedral.
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Of course you can't go to Milan and not incorporate some element of shopping every day, and the famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the world's oldest shopping mall, is so close to the Duomo it's no effort at all to include it.
You can't go to Milan and not incorporate a little shopping every day - and the famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the world's oldest and surely most ornate shopping mall, is so close to the Duomo it's no effort at all.
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.
The bell tower of the Duomo holds the biggest mechanical and astronomical clock in the world.
ONESIE IN A MILLION Fans at Duomo and, right, looking shady Supporters Hoop it up and set trend for green and white as city toasts week of haute couture
From top left: The Duomo Cathedral, Cimitero Monumentale and the spectacular Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro) |
Duomo, cathedral, in Naples Sadly, one of them - the famous Pizzeria Gino Sorbillo on Via dei Tribunali, arguably purveyor of the finest in town - was closed, as August is peak holiday time even for businesses, but if there's one thing Naples isn't short of it's top quality pizza places.
We go into the beautiful Duomo, a huge cathedral, and the Baptistry - Italy's largest - with its acoustically perfect interior.
Pisa's majestic Duomo was the inspiration for Romanesque churches throughout Tuscany and even on Sardinia.
VISIT Piazza Tasso is central to city life, with the skyline dominated by the Duomo on Corso Italia.
In the Duomo there are several paintings by Romanino that are guaranteed to amaze the senses.