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Cattedrale di San Terenzio

Via Gioacchino Rossini 56, 61121, Pesaro, Italy
+39 0721 30043
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Not the building...

Specially not the building itself, but the mosaics are brilliant. This is not the first time that... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
545medva
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Budapest, Hungary
Visit just to see the floors

Looks nothing from the outside but the archeological discoveries of the layers of mosiac tiles... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
Johnnie_Tee
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Manchester, United Kingdom
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  • Excellent32%
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  • Average23%
  • Poor1%
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3 Apr 2017
“Visit just to see the floors”
4 weeks ago
“Not the building...”
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Via Gioacchino Rossini 56, 61121, Pesaro, Italy
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+39 0721 30043
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Specially not the building itself, but the mosaics are brilliant. This is not the first time that we have seen them and evry time we admire it.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 4 April 2017

Looks nothing from the outside but the archeological discoveries of the layers of mosiac tiles under the floors is worth a trip to see. Amazing.

Thank Johnnie_Tee
Reviewed 26 July 2016

This was the highlight of our walking tour of the Centro Storico and well worth a visit as the 2 floors under the existing nave have wonderful mosaics on display.

Thank CJeremyL
Reviewed 23 August 2015

The roman facade of the church already let you guess, that this is a very old church. The main attraction are the mosaics, which you can admire through glass "windows on the floor. According to the information we got, there are two mosaic floors, on...More

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 30 June 2015

The Cattedrale di Pesaro is in the centro storico in a lovely redbrick but quite plain building from the outside. Inside however it sets itself apart: lofty and light, stunning ceiling paintings and stuccoed ceilings but merges the historical building with modern wooden benches -...More

Thank FussyFlic
Reviewed 26 March 2015

Some place in Italy, hide something that you must discover. In Pesaro, Santa Maria Assunta Cathedral, hide beautiful mosaics under its floor, that you might not see if looking up to the cealing (as in most churches). Also Pesaro Cathedral hosts the remains of S....More

Thank LoBarbaros
Reviewed 16 September 2014

An old cathedral--like all the others in Italy ;-) In the old town, a must to visit. There are masses at regular times, try to go there at that time, but respect the manners for locals. Not too nozy or noicy, shoulders covered etc. Not...More

Thank kaisanuppu
Reviewed 24 September 2013

Nothing to dislike particularly but not as imposing as I had imagined it would be. Liked however, the fact that the imposing murals were well described with good signage.

Thank NigelR10
Reviewed 25 August 2013

Not very historic and worth a few minutes only if you have time to spare. Effectively 19th century and not so interestig.

Thank fiveducks
Reviewed 22 August 2013

It may sound strange, but the best thing about this cathedral is the floor. Beneath the marble tiles there are the remnants of a Roman floor done with exquisite mosaics. You can see these mosaics, if illuminated, through the plexiglass openings occasionally scattered around the...More

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