This cathedral is also the largest historical building in the Cinque Terre. The church has a long history and you can also see the inside of the church here. Many people will visit here, many Italians will also come here, there are many foreign backpackers.
The church of Santa Margherita d'Antiochia is located in Piazza Guglielmo Marconi (Piazza Guglielmo Marconi), the main square of the small town of Vernazza.
The Gothic-Ligurian-style St. Margaret’s Cathedral was built on a rock in front of the sea in 1318 and retains its 11th-century architecture. The impressive octagonal bell tower is 40 m high and is placed on four old style columns.
Chiesa Di S. Margherita V.M. is built on a rock by the sea. The Ligurian Gothic church has been standing here since the 13th century. The pale yellow octagonal bell tower is the most indispensable landscape on Vernazza's postcards. Standing on the embankment of Vernazza deep into the bay is a good place to take a panoramic view of the church face to face. This location is also the standard postcard angle of Vernazza.
Looking down from the hillside, you can see the white walls of the church. The round dome is blue. It is very beautiful, and it is very eye-catching in the village. The beach next to it is very lively.
This church is on the seaside of Vernazza, on the opposite side of the bay. You can take a panoramic view of the church and the fishing boats in the bay to form a beautiful picture. The church was built in 1318. It is in the Ligurian Gothic style, and has been built to complete its current appearance. The main hall of the church is a 40-meter-high octagonal tower, which has become the iconic postcard attraction of Vernazza.