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Italy. Verona. Duomo Cattedrale Di Santa Maria Matricolare #29
Verona

Главный алтарь кафедрального собора Вероны (итал. Duomo di Verona).


Строительство храма в романском стиле было начато в первой половине XII века, освящение состоялось в 1187 году. В середине XV века он был надстроен и расширен в результате чего приобрёл позднеготичекие черты. Внутреннее убранство выполнено в готическом стиле который подчёркивают колонны из красного веронского мрамора, стрельчатые аркады, крестовые своды с золотыми звёздами на голубом фоне. Боковые алтари и приделы устроены в особых секциях, расписанных в XVI веке Джованни Фальконетто.

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Tags: italy; verona; duomo; cattedrale; santa maria matricolare; interior; church; hdr
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