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Il Duomo, The Cathedral
The majestic cathedral of Milan, dedicated to "Maria Nascente" and today one of the world's largest churchs, was begun in the second hald of the 14th century - and the work went on for 5 centuries...
The true heart & religious symbol of the city, The world's 3rd largest church in terms of covered area - 157 meters in length and 92 meters in width at the transept - after only St. Peter's in the Vatican and the Seville Cathedral, Milan's Dumo is Italy's most perfect example of flamboyant Gothic. The construction was a long and extremely complex process..
........viewing around the Cathedral from left to right..clockwise....
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