Orvieto Cathedral is also a landmark here, and its architectural style is somewhat similar to that of Siena Church. We went late, the square was empty and the atmosphere suddenly became more solemn.
The ancient Italians had this concept. The facades of churches are generally beautifully designed to show the strength of the church. The exterior walls of the entire church with dark gray blue and dolomite are actually very flat, but the facade has taken a lot of thought. , Like a large decorative board towering high on the front of the church, it is very interesting from the side view! The cathedral was built in the 13th century and is one of the important "Italian Gothic buildings". The architect adopted the style of the Siena Cathedral. Highlights of the church 1. The front façade 2. The treasure of the town hall – the Apparition Eucharist cloth stained with the Holy Blood 3. Cappella di San Brizio located in the cathedral.
This Orvieto church is one of the most beautiful churches on earth and was built in the late thirteenth century. It took many years to build. The exterior is a marble surface with an early Gothic architectural style. Well worth a visit.
Orvieto Cathedral, recognized as the most beautiful church in Europe, stands on a cliff. Departing from Rome, take a train to the ancient city and take a ferris wheel for 1.3 euros per person and quickly reach the top of the mountain!