Cathedral of Amalfi

Amalfi's Cathedral of St. Andrew the Apostle is said to house the tomb of the Patron Saint of Scotland. Its construction began in the 9th century and is a combination of Moorish and Norman architecture. Its main attraction is a bronze door given to the citizens of Amalfi in 1066 by former Amalfitan, Pantaleone di Mauro Comite, who made his fortune as a pioneer merchant, settling in Constantinople (Istanbul).
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