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Duomo di Ravello

Piazza Vescovado, 84010, Ravello, Italy
+39 089 858311
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The Cathedral, built during the 11th century, consists of three naves, separatred by two colonnades, each of which is formed by eight coloumns of granite, transept and crypt. The famous bronze doors, made by Barisano from Trani using the relief-techinque, were given to the Cathedral in 1179 by Sergio Muscettola, an important member of the Ravello patriciate. The ambo of Epistle (12th Century)is marked by bizantine decorations and is decorated by mosaics representing the Giona's story, a symbol of the Death and Resurrection of Christ. The pulpit made by Nicola di Bartolomeo from Foggia in 1272 is a present of Nicola Rufolo. It rests on six twist coloums adorned with mosaics; the backs of six lions are the base of these coloums. It's richly adorned with mosaic slabs representing geometrical, animal and plant decorations. Th marble chapel of St. Pantaleone, patron of Ravello, was built during the 17th century to preserve the precious relic of the patrons's blood. The miracle of liquefaction dates from 1057 in Constantinople.
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Piazza Vescovado, 84010, Ravello, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is where everything is happening in the town of Ravello and on the weekends there are a couple nicely arranged wedding of which I enjoy the ceremony. Plenty of local cafes nearby to hang out as well to soak in the atmosphere and with...More

Thank Maryann T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This beautiful duomo has intricate design and detail. The bronze doors are amazing along with beautiful mosaic artwork. Hard to believe it dates back to the 12th century.

Thank Lorraine D
Reviewed 15 August 2017

In the seventeenth-century chapel to the left of the presbytery is the phial of blood of san Pantaleone This was a relic in Ravello in 1112 and that each year presents the phenomenon of liquefaction and only in July during the feast....a phenomenon that has...More

Thank Armando G
Reviewed 13 August 2017 via mobile

The duomo isn't as big as expected but it's fine. Ravello is a small town so there's only so much you can do. I would only come here if I ran out of things to do but it's quite small and nothing special.

Thank Pamela A
Reviewed 15 July 2017

It's a small town, so it makes sense that the duomo would pale in comparison to Florence, Milan, Siena etc. And it does. Worth a visit, but hardly breathtaking.

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Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

It was built in the XIth century in roman and barock style with the financiális dupport of Matteo Rufolo.

Thank Katalin Z
Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

After 7 days exploring this coastline and having visited 10+ churches I can say this was one of the best. Totally beautiful.

Thank Kelly W
Reviewed 2 July 2017

Highlights for me were the brass panels on the main door, the fine 13th century pulpit with its beautiful animal and plant mosaics, and the modern sculpture of a green man in a loin cloth who looks as if he might be about to kneel...More

Thank Chris I
Reviewed 16 June 2017

It is a very nice church to visit, but it isn't very large so a good time to visit is in the evening at aperitivo time

Thank willgero
Reviewed 9 June 2017 via mobile

Called I just before the sacristan was closing the church for the night. While this church didn't have the attraction of multiple stained glass windows and grand statues, it had a peacefulness and simplicity which I appreciated.

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Jesus E
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Response from Barisano76 | Property representative |
The lion in the medieval iconography is the symbol of Christ. Jesus si also called "the lion of Judah".
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