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Cathedral San Romolo

Piazza Mino, 50014, Fiesole, Italy
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A lovely place to go to

The cathedral is a lovely place to visit if you have time in Florence. There are so many places to... read more

Reviewed 10 September 2017
Keren B
London, United Kingdom
To see if in Fiesole

The church dominates the lower area of the town. It is plain but this adds to its charm with its... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2017
Windsor, United Kingdom
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Dating back to the 11th century, the duomo of San Romolo has a Romanesque interior and a massive bell tower.
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Piazza Mino, 50014, Fiesole, Italy
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Reviewed 10 September 2017

The cathedral is a lovely place to visit if you have time in Florence. There are so many places to see in Florence and this is just one of the many magical places to see. Well worth it!

Thank Keren B
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

The church dominates the lower area of the town. It is plain but this adds to its charm with its height bell tower. Inside it is quite dark but interesting. Worth a look if in the town.

Thank BT3rd
Reviewed 28 July 2017

Well you better make a visit if you are in Fiesole. Nice small church and it has some art and attractions. Nice tower and interior.

Thank AndersPH
Reviewed 26 July 2017

The Cathedral of Saint Romulus of Fiesole is a hard building to get into. But well worth the effort as is only a 15 minuet bus ride from Piazza Saint Marcos in Florence on a number 7 bus. The Cathedral is dedicated to Saint Romulus,...More

Thank Hanger24
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

This church was large and on the inside fairly plain. There are no large paintings, but instead has busts or statues down the sides of the church. Much of it is off limits, the altar area and the area where people prayer. It has nice...More

Thank kathimacc
Reviewed 20 January 2017

While visiting Fiesole, I was fortunate enough to attend the noon Epiphany Mass at the Cathedral San Romolo. Not very big, nor was the noon attendance large. Great couple of hours to spend on a chilly day touring Fiesole.

Thank DrKen1963
Reviewed 17 December 2016

Fiesole is a wonderful village, and we loved the character of this cathedral after seeing so much opulance in so many others. We were there on a Sunday afternoon, the smell of incense from morning services still in the air. There was only one more...More

1  Thank Barbara M
Reviewed 27 April 2016

This Romanesque cathedral was built in 1028 and is located on Piazza Mino in the center of Fiesole, Tuscany, Italy. The church (55 m long and 27 m wide) was enlarged in 1256 and restored in 1883, while the bell/clock tower dates from 1213. The...More

1  Thank T-Bird1974
Reviewed 18 February 2016

This Cathedral it's located just in Piazza Mino, where the bus leaves passengers, in Fiesole's centre. Cathedral has a great contrast to Baroque churches that you can find in Florence. The tower is beautiful and you have a glimpse of Tuscany outsider the very touristic...More

Thank Zfreire
Reviewed 25 October 2015

this is a lovely and beautiful little church small with stunning carving statues and these beautiful vaulted ceiling columns and a balcony

Thank mje0250
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