Piazza del Duomo


Residents of San Gimignano still call this a Duomo (cathedral), even though it was demoted to a "Collegiata" after the town lost its bishop. Don't judge this book by its cover, though: It may be plain and austere on the outside, dating for the 12th century, but it is richly decorated inside. Actually, the facade for some reason was never finished.
excerpt from
Frommer's Italy 2001

3 - 4 February 2001

Palazzo del Popolo /
Civic Museum (Museo Civico)

San Gimignano Piazza Duomo

Duomo Collegiata o
Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta
(Torre Grossa in the background)

San Gimignano Duomo Closeup
Evening view of
Piazza del Duomo

San Gimignano Piazza Duomo Nightime




San Gimignano Piazza Duomo Nightime

Cortile comunale

San Gimignano Cortile Comunale



San Gimignano Cortile Comunale Fresco


Piazza delle Erbe
and the Salvucci Towers

San Gimignano Torres


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