The Cathedral of Como

facade of Duomo di Como

inside the Duomo di Como

Dome, by Juvara in the cathedral of Como

Duomo di Como

Duomo di Como
Como's Cathedral dominates the Piazza Duomo, the main market square of the city. Construction of the cathedral begun in 1936 and lasted almost four centuries. The facade is beautifully decorated with lots of statues, including two of Como's most famous sons, Pliny the Elder and Pliny the Younger. The interior is decorated in Renaissance style with tapestries, paintings made by Bernardino Luini and Gaudenzio Ferrari and statues made by Rodari. The dome of the cathedral is in Rococo style, it was added in the 18th century by Juvara.

Location: Piazza del Duomo, 22100 Como CO, Italy.

Jurgen Huibers
Jurgen Huibers

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Janice said...

I can feel peace and solemn just by looking at that photos, how I wish I can walk down the isle of that cathedral. It's such a historic place where thousands of worshipers gather and pray and the architecture makes it more inviting.

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Trotter said...

Stunning this one!!