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Pisa’s Duomo was completed in 1092 and stands as one the most impressive examples of Pisan Romanesque, a local subgenre of Romanesque design.
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We all know the Italian city of Pisa for its iconic leaning tower. But right next to one of the symbols of Italian architecture stands a stunning cathedral that should not be missed by Catholic travelers.
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The majestic Corinthian columns between the nave and the apse, sculpted from granite monoliths, come from the mosque of Palermo.
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One of the most outstanding features of the cathedral is its “cosmati” stonework, where elegant geometric patterns were created with inlaid marble.
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The apse features a large mosaic by Italian sculptor Cimabue depicting Christ enthroned between the Virgin and St. John.