Cathedral of Terni

Cathedral of Terni


Terni, Italy (IT)
The heart of Terni comprises the Piazza della Repubblica in which stands the Town Hall and the Piazza Europa, with the massive Palazzo Spada (16th century). To the southwest, in the Piazza del Duomo, is the cathedral (13th-17th century), with a crypt of the 10th century. A short distance south of the cathedral are the outer walls of an amphitheater (A.D. first century). Beyond the cathedral and the amphitheater extends the municipal park, from where there is an attractive view of the Nera valley.
The heart of Terni comprises the Piazza della Repubblica in which stands the Town Hall and the Piazza Europa, with the massive Palazzo Spada (16th century). To the southwest, in the Piazza del Duomo, is the cathedral (13th-17th century), with a crypt of the 10th century. A short distance south of the cathedral are the outer walls of an amphitheater (A.D. first century). Beyond the cathedral and the amphitheater extends the municipal park, from where there is an attractive view of the Nera valley.
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