Duomo Di Mantova41 Votes
- Address: Piazza Canonica S. Pietro, 11, 46100 Mantova MN, Italy, Mantua
- Phone: +39-0376320220
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture
If you want to see the historical architectural which is unque and breathtaking then this is the palce for you. Mantua cathedral in Mantua, Lombardy, northern Italy, is a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to saint peter. The current church was built in 1395-1401 with the addition of the side chapels and a magnificent gothic west front, which can be still, be seen in a sketch by domenico morone. Notable characteristics of the renaissance structure are the cusps, decorated with rose windows on the south side, which end at the gothic bell tower.The church has the breathtaking history and the finest artwork both inside and outside in Italy.
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How to Reach Duomo Di Mantova
- Take the bus no 6, 15, 17S, 35, 39 and 148 from Mantova Viale Mincio to Duomo Di Mantova.
- Take the bus 4C, 4S, 4T, 6 and 12 from Palazzo Ducale to Mantova.
- Take the bus 4C, 4S, 4T, 6 and 12 from Virgilio to Duomo Mantova.
- Take the bus 4C, 4S, 4T, 6 and 12 from Virgiliana to Duomo Mantova.
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93.18% of people who visit Mantua include Duomo Di Mantova in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
47.22% of people start their Duomo Di Mantova visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Duomo Di Mantova
76.47% of people prefer walking in order to reach Duomo Di Mantova
Duomo Di Mantova Reviews & Ratings
It this was anywhere outside of Italy, it would have been magnificent. Otherwise, it is an ordinary church. If you have limited time in Mantua, see Sant’ Andrea instead.
Very different amazing architectural cathedral.How lovely to visit this great cathedral.mantua had Fascinating medieval and unique historical buildings.lovely place to visit with children and family.also best with the groups.we(our group)also enjoyed very very long hour lovely wonderful amazing boat ride.it is the wonderful boat ride I ever had in my life.only problem we had (on this day 05/05/2019) is the bad weather.heavy rains and bad light effected to our tour.😭😭😭😭
Kinda of "duomo di Ferrara" experience:the external walls of this church tell about centuries and styles mingling because of the romanic bell-,tower,the 15° century guglie and Red cotto and the 18th°cent. fassade. The inside is a pure line-up of uninteresting side-chapels built 200 yrs back and did not impress me at all.
Facade of Cathedral of St Pietro is mono color, huge and grand in appearance. Angelic forms in the pillars and arches are in good condition. This twelfth century creation was touched up and re-touched up in sixteenth and eighteenth century.
Nothing to see in a very sleepy town