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A really impressive cathedral on a beautiful piazza. Advice: go there between 12 and 3 pm. It's quite empty then. Enter the church through the main entrance and watch the light and colors by the entering sunlight under the dome. Really impressive.
Outside it is...More
We walked up to the old town and were impressed by the grandeur of the cathedral. It’s interior is not too fussy and the steps provide a grand view of the square. There was a vintage sports car rally parked in from of the cathedral....More
Massa Marittima is a Tuscan hill town that's off the usual tourist routes, but is certainly worth a morning-through-lunchtime stop for a visit. The town is dominated by its Duomo, which is a Pisa-style Romanesque church (not something you tend to see outside of Pisa,...More
We visited this town on a pretty rainy day. Only a handful visitors were in town.
The massive Cathedral catches your eye immediately. It's been almost rebuilt by scratch and been undergoing major changes between the 11th and 15th Century. Quite a time to finish...More
While the cathedral building and the bell tower date from the 13th century the interior contains sculptures paintings and frescoes dating from the 14th to 17th centuries. Dominating the aisles are imposing cylindrical columns and cruciform pilasters leading towards the rare stained glass central rose...More
This Church dominates the beautiful Square in the centre of Massa Marittima... it stands a top loads of steps harmoniously blending Romanesque and Gothic details...it is most famous for its 13th century bas-reliefs by Giroldo da Como....not tone missed.....
The town is perched high on a hilltop and dominated by the Duomo with its ancient steps leading up to it. The inside is spectacular with stunning stained glass and frescoes ceilings- well worth a visit! The town itself seems to have stood still since...More
What a cathedral!! What a place .. spent a lovely afternoon here drifting about in the cobbled streets, sitting in one of many restaurants, watching the world go by on a stone step & then letting the children indulge in the only proper toy shop...More
The cathedral is situated in the central square of Massa Marittima and the entrance is free of charge. It it the real treasure for histiricians and admirers of architecture. It is preserved well, dating 13 century. There some beutiful statues and pictures inside to see....More