Duomo di Sant'Andrea, Amalfi

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Remodeled many times since the ninth century, Duomo di Sant'Andrea is home to the Crypt of St. Andrew. Two crosses--one a 13th-century wooden crucifix, the other mother of pearl brought from the Holy Land--represent two different periods in the cathedral's history. The bronze doors of the church were cast in the city of Constantinople before 1066, making them the city's earliest architectural feature of post-Roman manufacture. Visit the gardens, where arches, colonnades, and sculptures blend in with the colorful landscaping. Plan your Duomo di Sant'Andrea visit and explore what else you can see and do in Amalfi using our Amalfi trip planner.
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  • Stopped off briefly when travelling by boat along the Amalie coast. Didn’t have long and would like to revisit 
    Stopped off briefly when travelling by boat along the Amalie coast. Didn’t have long and would like to revisit  more »
  • The church exterior looks almost Byzantine in design and is intricately created. The interior is less striking, being similar to most other Italian churches in the region, but pretty nonetheless. 
    The church exterior looks almost Byzantine in design and is intricately created. The interior is less striking, being similar to most other Italian churches in the region, but pretty nonetheless.  more »

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