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All reviews romanesque architecture beautiful cathedral rose window world heritage site patron saint under renovation old church white marble free entry impressive building bell tower worth a visit walk around couple of hours crypt interior columns
Lovely church with nice old artworks. Restoration goinng on everywhere so there was not much left for us to see. But, when the work is done, I believe it will be fascinating.
Much more interesting than the big cathedrals.
Wonderful stone carvings ... often of dreadful events (being eaten by lions!). The central part of the Duomo is being renovated but you can still appreciate the height and the stonework, in particularly a stone screen of Saints on the side wall.
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The Cathedral of Modena is among the major monuments of Romanesque culture in Europe, recognized in 1997 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, together with its Ghirlandina tower and the adjacent Piazza Grande.
The Cathedral was founded on 9 June 1099 on the initiative...More
We walk around nice view of opera story and very well nice place to see famous all car race also brilliant ice cream and wraps of chicken kebab ( not at fat at all ) so worth come the areas for long day areas of...More
On a visit to Modena, we took time to visit a few of the magnificent churches. The Duomo was amazing! It is in good repair, and the explanations of the art inside makes it a museum experience, as well as a religious one.
We had hoped to visit the Duomo but upon trying to enter we were told that we could not as we were wearing shorts, (respectable length! )despite the fact that people were coming out wearing shorts and people behind us going in were wearing shorts??...More
Romanesque style cathedral with beautiful columns and arches. It is currently under renovation, so we were not able to see the entire inside, but what we did see was stunning. Peaceful space and worth the time to visit.