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This large and bright cathedral was almost full of worshipers even as tourist wandered down its side aisles. The priest lead the rosary and then mass. I travel to Italy each year for several weeks and I don’t think I have seen so well attended...More
Almost at the end of the pedestrian Corso Garibaldi, behind a small square stands elevated this magnificent Roman Catholic Cathedral, dedicated to Assumption of Virgin Mary.
The original was damaged in 1908 earthquake and the present one rebuilt in neo Romanesque and Gothic style.
The Cathedral of Reggio at first looks like a huge concrete Neo-Romanasque hulk built in the 1920s after the old the cathedral was destroyed by the big earthquake. In spite of this the Duomo contains some noteworthy sights: (1) first of all the restored Chapel...More
The Cathedral is modern as it was rebuilt after the earthquake and tsunami of 1908. The historical importance of this attraction is that it contains the remains of a column which is said to have burst into flame to provide light for St. Paul the...More