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Gorgeous building inside and out. We arrived in the middle of a sermon and it was lovely to feel a part of it and hear the music. Nice to get out of the sun too! Lots to see inside including stunning ceilings and stain glass.
The Cathedral is the main center of Catholicism in Lecce, built in 1144 in the Romanesque style. However, when you look at the facade, you see Baroque. This is the consequence of the reconstruction of the XVII century under the guidance of architect Joseph Zimbalo....More
The Duomo of Lecce is in the historic center of the city. It is majestic in its piazza and has a tall bell tower. Although the Duomo was originally built in the 12th century it was lavishly redecorated in the 17th century in the Baroque...More
We went on a day trip to Lecce from Conversano on a day on which it just poured. We could only see a few sights there including the Duomo. What a wonderful example of Baroque architecture. Our photographs don't do justice to the craftsmanship of...More