The Duomo of Sorrento

Sorrento Cathedral

District / neighborhood: city ​​center

Sorrento is a beautiful city located in the south of the land of the boot in Italy and is considered one of the most memorable and beautiful places in it. Sorrento attracts many tourists and locals who wish to enjoy its spectacular scenery, excellent restaurants, and several sites and attractions that tourists and residents will certainly enjoy.

Among the places to visit, you will find the Duomo of Sorrento. This impressive cathedral tells the fascinating story of the magical city. The Duomo was built during the 11th century AD and served as the seat of the archbishops of Sorrento.

This building has been through many trials and tribulations that have befallen and have been restored again and again. With the renovation and restoration work carried out during the 15th century in a romanesque style, it is still possible to distinguish the Renaissance style design used in the original building.

Inside the building, there is an ancient bell tower stretching over three floors, and there is a clock at the end.  Images of various decorations and spectacular works of art are also displayed dating from historical periods, including the works dedicated to saints.

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Attraction Type

cathedral

Physical Activity

none

Suitable for Children

Price Level

$

WIFI

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Phone Number

+39-081-878-2248

Attraction Type

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Price Level

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Attraction Type

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Price Level

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