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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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  • An incurably beautiful church in lovely Amalfi, I went to a family service, (I don't speak Italian) where the priest was so interactive and lively and everyone was so friendly. There's a monastic... 
    An incurably beautiful church in lovely Amalfi, I went to a family service, (I don't speak Italian) where the priest was so interactive and lively and everyone was so friendly. There's a monastic...  more »
  • We had the white knuckle experience of a bus trip to AMALFI. Passing other buses with inches to spare. Worth the experience! In the Middle Ages Amalfi was a powerful Maritime Republic. Now it is one.....  more
    We had the white knuckle experience of a bus trip to AMALFI. Passing other buses with inches to spare. Worth the experience! In the Middle Ages Amalfi was a powerful Maritime Republic. Now it is one.....  more »
  • A magical experience as Amalfi has the most unique and breathtaking scenery/vistas ever. Even though the town receives scores of visitors daily, the residents are warm and kine - going out of their....  more
    A magical experience as Amalfi has the most unique and breathtaking scenery/vistas ever. Even though the town receives scores of visitors daily, the residents are warm and kine - going out of their....  more »
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  • Impressive cathedral for the the time it was built. The stairs leading to it gives a very imposing view with the bell tower on the left. Climbing the stairs is like a going thru time travel to many centuries back in history. The court yard is lovely with the arches and the garden in the center. The crypt below is so ornate your eyes will have to work overtime. Next you will enter the cathedral which is also very impressively decorated. Three euros is well worth spent.
  • Main attraction in Amalfi as the church is located right in the heart of the town. Huge staircases to the entrance where people normally sit there to rest and chill. From there, you can see the Amalfi square with the good vibe of this busy town. The duomo has its own unique design and charm as a mediaeval cathedral. Quite different to other European cathedrals we have been to. You can see the bell tower on the right hand side of the church too. Lots of good shops, restaurants and cafeteria around. Its hard to miss this spot once you are in Amalfi.
  • The Town of Amalfi, has a special significance to me due to it being a special gift trip to me by a lovely person and I must say the town is absolutely beautiful, small but stunning and I enjoyed it alot. The church is absolutely beautiful and you can feel the rich history of the church especially if you go to the old part of it.
  • Beautiful building that resembles with the dome from Firenze. At least at the first sight. The entrance costs 3€ and it’s really worth entering and visit the chapel and the museum. You’ll discover interesting things about St. Andrew. It’s crowded but you don’t have to wait too much at the entrance. The visit takes around 1h.
  • A beautiful church on the main square of Amalfi. 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.

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