Piacenza Cathedral

Local nameDuomo
LocationPiacenza, Italy

Piacenza Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Piacenza, Italy. It was built between 1122 and 1233 and is one of the most valuable examples of a Romanesque cathedral in northern Italy. The dedication is to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and to Saint Justina. It is the seat of the diocese of Piacenza-Bobbio.

The cathedral has a total external length of 85 m, and a façade height of 32 m, dimensions which make it the largest Romanesque church in Emilia-Romagna. The façade, in Veronese pink marble and gilded stone, is horizontally divided by a gallery that dominates the three portals, decorated with capitals and Romanesque statues.

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More information and contact

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

Address 6 Chiostri Duomo, Piacenza 29121, Italy

Coordinates 45°3'0.468" N 9°41'52.169" E

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