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The Cathedrals

  • The Cathedral of St. Cyriacus represents the emblem of Ancona, both for its geographical position as well as for its historical and religious meaning. The hilltop on which it rest... >>
  • Urbino’s Cathedral, the Duomo, was built by the bishop Beato Mainardo in 1062 and dedicated to Virgin Mary of the Assumption. In the 15th century it was rebuilt again, and at the e... >>
  • On one side of central Piazza Arringo is the "Cathedral of Saint Emidius". The cathedral underwent many adaptations between the eighth and sixteenth centuries. The first... >>
  • The Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Camerino - San Severino Marche, dedicated to the Santissima Annunziata (Most Holy Annunciation), is the result of three successive building proj... >>
  • The Cathedral of St. Venancio is one of the most important and prestigious churches of the Marche, both for its fine architectural structures and for its works of art. It was firs... >>
  • The Cathedral, dedicated to the Assumption, stands on Via Arco di Augusto. It was rebuilt in 1140 after a fire had destroyed the earlier building. Its brick and sandstone façade is... >>
  • The skyline of Fermo is dominated by the profile of the Cathedral, which is right on the top of the hill, surrounded by a garden.  having the most magnificent view of the rolling l... >>
  • The Cathedral was built between the XIII and XIV centuries by Giorgio di Como, probably on the foundations  of a Roman temple in the Roman forum area. It’s dedicated to Saint Setti... >>
  • The modern cathedral of Saint Julian was designed by the architect Cosimo Morelli and it was built between 1459 and 1464. In the incomplete façade there are the remains of a belfry... >>
  • The Cathedral of St. Leopardo is the most important religious building in Osimo and stands at the highest point, on the site of an ancient pagan temple.The current building, made o... >>
  • The cathedral is along Via Rossini. The first early Christian cathedral of Pesaro dated back to the 5th century and it was within the perimeter of the ancient Roman city.  In 1503... >>
  • The Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle was built at the end of the 18th century. The façade was added in the second half of the 19th century, due to the subsides of the pope who ... >>



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