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duomo

duomo at Brescia, shown in section
A cathedral; properly, an Italian cathedral.
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Later, his own Milanese commitments for duomo altarpieces made him hesitate to contribute to a Nativity of the Virgin for the high altar in Rome.
Birmingham's Pavilions shopping centre, above and, right, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan Milan's Duomo, above, is on a very grandiose scale compared to St Philip's Cathedral, Birmingham Everything a girl could want in Latin looks?
The beautiful city of Florence is a short journey from Pisa and well worth a visit with the famous Duomo, Ponte Vecchio and Uffizi Gal
Once you've done a bit of sightseeing - the roof of the Duomo is nice on a clear day, but best do this BEFORE you hit the pub - avoid the La Scala opera house, the Duomo and Galleria Vittorio Emmanuelle areas.
CLOSE to the historic Duomo, the Minerva's swimming pool is open from June to September...
The Duomo covers an area of 11,700 square metres, behind St Peter's in Rome and the cathedral of Seville.
(17.) "uno tabernacolo d'ariento ad forma di testa con mitera da testa d'ariento lavorata nella quale sta la testa del beato messer Sancto Zenobio, et in sulla decta mitera e ventiotto smalti affigure di santi con dodici perle e con ventiotto raperelle le quali legano vetri di piu colon e con dieci toche d'ariento apichate appie di d[itte ban]de della detta mitera, et colla decta testa sono due drappi, l'uno sta confitto e l'autro vi sta su, che a l'arme di Sancto Zenobio." Archivio dell'Opera del Duomo, Florence, 1.3, 10, fol.
Italian anthropologist Prof Francesco Mallegni claims he has identified a skeleton unearthed 30 years ago beneath Duomo Cathedral as Giotto's.
www.cosmos.co.uk, 0844 573 4261 ?VISIT the famous Duomo cathedral in Florence.
It's centre is dominated by the splendid piazza del Duomo, and at its core, the Duomo, the city's cathedral, which soars above the surrounding buildings.
It's only a few blocks from the Duomo, Florence's stunning marble cathedral, but a seafood salad (Insalata di Mare) only costs pounds 9.50 while a bowl of pasta is a fiver.
Milan is not just a material thrill, it's also full of amazing architecture and art one of the most incredible sights in the world must be the Duomo, the huge cathedral which took 200 years to build.