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This cathedral is set in an impressive setting with an open park in front of it. Inside is a Piero della Francesca fresco, as well as beautiful stained glass windows. We were able to visit just before they closed for the afternoon.
This Duomo dominates the high point of Arezzo and is set in a spacious open square. Viewed from the square you don't appreciate just how vast is the interior which sadly I found to be rather dark and oppressive but otherwise interesting.
Not the most spectacular Duomo in Italy, San Donato holds its place on the top of a hill in Arezzo, with roads leading from it to other parts of the city. We went to Arezzo mainly for the medieval fair on the first Sunday in...More
Walking along the via of Arezzo, one can walk up to the Hill and visit the Duomo of San Donato. A first cathedral of Arezzo was built on the nearby Pionta Hill, over the burial place of Donatus of Arezzo, martyred in 363. In 1203...More
Stopped in to see this church on our wanderings through town. It’s high on a hill and somewhat isolated. But there’s a lovely park nearby. No admission charge makes it easier to walk through. Not a very impressive alter but large and nice to see.
I’m utterly enamored with Piero della Francesco so much so that I’ll go just about anywhere to see his work. Granted, this cathedral only has one work by him, a fresco of Mary Magdalene, but I think that seeing it alone was enchanting. It made...More