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The Duomo is the fifth largest cathedral in the world and one of the top tourist sites in the northern Italian city. Full review →
With its fairytale forest of spires, herds of fierce gargoyles, and army of perched stone saints, Milan's Duomo looks from a distance more like a Disney castle than a place of worship.
Kick off your Milan trip by visiting its most famous landmark: The Duomo. Full review →
This intricate Gothic structure has been fascinating and exasperating visitors and conquerors alike since it was begun by Galeazzo Visconti III (1351–1402), first duke of Milan, in 1386. Full review →
Able to accommodate 40,000 people, it is one of the world’s largest churches (St. Peter’s in Rome takes the record) and the embellished triangular facade is encrusted with flying buttresses. Full review →
With its spires, pinnacles, gables and countless statues, this cathedral (begun in 1386 and not completed until 1809) is an unforgettable sight, especially when the afternoon sun shines on the white stone Full review →
Standing proudly on the piazza del Duomo, the third largest church in Christendom (outdone only by St Peter's in Rome and Seville's cathedral), the Duomo is truly a joy to behold. Full review →