Photographer's Note

Following yesterday's post this is the outside part of the Cathedral. in ws one of the alley in two version.
see yesterday's notes too.
about the view

''At the end of the choir rises the mighty Romanesque bell tower, dating back to 1266.
Typical features of the Romanesque bell towers of Northern Italy are the division into plans by string courses, and emphasize decorated with hanging arches and the bifurcation of the mirrors so obtained by flat pilasters.

Each partition is then opened by single-light windows in our case, which become progressively larger with height.

Still on the right side opens a rich Gothic hall dating back to about 1470. On top of a slightly pointed arched entrance, stands a floor decorated with a trefoil arch which underlies the Redeemer statue in a niche covered by a spire.''

posting once or at best twice a week i don't indulge on the same subject too often but this time it worths.

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