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Detail of the Duomo of Orvieto (http://www.fotothing.com/senna3/photo/e4fc6ac44488a62771e4ffafa9ef99f9/start=7).
It was built in the period 1290 - 1330 and it is the most beautiful church of Umbria, competitor of the most refined buildings in Florence.
Italy, Orvieto, May 2007
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Jun 25 2007 12:47 GMT rock
great shot, my friend!
Jun 25 2007 13:05 GMT linnywv PRO
So beautiful!!!!!!!!! I can almost picture the artists on the scaffolds painting that fresco!
Jun 25 2007 13:35 GMT PhotoPro PRO
this is gorgeous!
Jun 25 2007 13:43 GMT Macfudge
Very interesting history and beautiful design!
Jun 25 2007 15:13 GMT peterpinhole
Amazing detail! Thanks for sharing this bit of history!
Jun 25 2007 15:36 GMT Poulet PRO
So gorgeous!!!
Wonderful captured!
Jun 25 2007 17:31 GMT Midworlder PRO
great detail
Jun 25 2007 17:33 GMT Florine
Fantastic image, Well done, Senna!!
Jun 25 2007 20:42 GMT abojovna PRO
Fabulous, dear friend, thank you!
Jun 25 2007 20:50 GMT aquascience
Beautiful shot,excellent detail !
Jun 25 2007 21:09 GMT Lie
Prachtige schilderingen en zo mooi van kleur !
Jun 26 2007 06:57 GMT senna3
We hebben heel wat kerken en kathedralen in Italie gezien, maar deze staat bij ons ver bovenaan Lie!
Jun 26 2007 07:35 GMT kella
great shot...stupendo detail
Jun 26 2007 09:32 GMT senna3
Linny, I read in our guide that over 300 architects, sculptors and artists were involved in the building and decoration of this church!
Jun 26 2007 11:11 GMT senna3
Thank you PhotoPro.
Jun 26 2007 14:16 GMT senna3
Thank you IrishPics.
Jun 26 2007 17:17 GMT senna3
Thank you Florine, and for the other nice comments!
Jun 26 2007 17:52 GMT senna3
Thanks for the nice comments Joe.
Jun 26 2007 21:27 GMT PaP67
treasure of humanity !

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