Genoa Cathedral

Local nameCattedrale di San Lorenzo
LocationGenoa, Italy

Genoa Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the Italian city of Genoa. It is dedicated to Saint Lawrence, and is the seat of the Archbishop of Genoa. The cathedral was consecrated by Pope Gelasius II in 1118 and was built between the twelfth century and the fourteenth century as fundamentally a medieval building, with some later additions. Secondary naves and side covers are of Romanesque style and the main facade is Gothic from the early thirteenth century, while capitals and columns with interior corridors date from the early fourteenth century. The bell tower and dome were built in the sixteenth century.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genoa_Cathedral

Address 21 Via di San Lorenzo, Genova 16123, Italy

Coordinates 44°24'27.438" N 8°55'53.259" E

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