Italy Duomo di Sorrento - Cathedral of Saints Philip and James

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Raimondo Giamberduca

About this spot
The Cathedral of Saints Philip and James (in Italian is Cattedrale dei Santi Filippo e Giacomo), or most commonly known as the Sorrento Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the centre of the city. This cathedral, dedicated to Saints Philip the Apostle and James the Just, is today the seat of the Archbishop of Sorrento-Castellammare di Stabia.
The floor plan interior has the shape of a Latin cross, and is divided into a nave and two side aisles.
The nave contains round arches and paintings by the Nicola Malinconico and also paintings by Giacomo del Po
The marble altar and pulpit and the bishop's throne all date from the 16th century.
More information on the official website (in Italian only).

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Web links

http://www.cattedralesorrento.it/about-us/ 


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