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Differently from the usual, the cathedral of Perugia has the side panels facing the city's main square, facing the Fontana...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
With these views from the lookout I leave. The time allotted was not enough to document. I beg your pardon, and will come ...
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Perugia from the rocca to the cathedral

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English version of Walking in Perugia
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Perugia from the rocca to the cathedral

  1. 1. processing of original photos and Antonio Florino English version automatic advancing except the slide 2
  2. 2. Differently from the usual, the cathedral of Perugia has the side panels facing the city's main square, facing the Fontana Maggiore and Palazzo dei Priori. This side is characterized by the Loggia di Braccio, commissioned in 1423 by Braccio da Montone, a structure attributed to proto renaissance Fioravante Fioravanti of Bologna. The lodge had previously been part of the Palazzo del Podesta, then set on fire in 1534. Under the balcony you can see part of a Roman wall, the foundations of the old tower and the Stone of Justice, which contains an inscription of 1264 through which the city announced that the entire debt had been canceled. Proceeding along the lateral side of the cathedral is a bronze statue of Pope Julius III created in 1555 by Vincenzo Danti. Pope Julius III was the subject of gratitude town following the return of local magistrates, previously suppressed by Pope Paul III. Proceeding then along the coating incomplete encounter a portal designed by Galeazzo Alessi in 1568, a pulpit made the fragments and ancient mosaics cosmateschi, as preached by St. Bernardino of Siena in 1425 and in 1427, and a wooden crucifix of the Polidoro Ciburri 1540.La main façade facing Piazza Danti and is adorned with a Baroque portal designed by Pietro Carattoli in 1729. The outer wall is exposed and you can see the hooks provided for supporting a ceiling marble, never made. The massive tower was built between 1606 and 1612.InterniL 'interior is the type Hallenkirche (church hall) for a length of 68 meters, with three naves of equal height (24.9 m), the nave is a large two and a half times the side. On the wall of the counter above the door, lies a painting by Giovanni Antonio Skirmish of 1616 depicting the Virgin between the patrons of the city and the holy Augustine, Dominic and Francis. To the left of the entrance there is a sarcophagus of 1451 of Bishop Giovanni Andrea Baglioni, attributed to Urban Cortona.Sulla from the left aisle is the chapel of St. Joseph, dedicated to the Sacred Ring, the relic of the wedding ring of the Virgin Mary , a green stone of chalcedony or onyx, which was taken secretly by a friar in Chiusi German Winter of Mainz, and donated to the Bishop of Perugia in 1473. Protected by a wrought iron gate of the 1496-1511 work of Bernard and James Matthew, the precious relic, protected by fourteen locks, is exposed to the public twice a year, in September and July. The chapel was once decorated with frescoes by Pinturicchio and a painting by Perugino, Marriage of the Virgin, removed during the Napoleonic occupation, and today the museum in Caen. The painting was replaced in 1825 by a painting by Jean Baptiste Wicar. The chapel is also preserved in the Reliquary Sant'Anello, produced by Peter and Fred and Bino Cesarino of Roscetto, considered among the masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance goldsmith. Proceeding along the side of the wall you can see the remains of 'The Altar of Pity, designed by Agostino di Duccio in 1473 and demolished in 1673.Di noteworthy is the apse, with a beautiful inlaid wooden choir stalls by Giuliano da Majano and Domenico Tasso (1486-91), damaged by fire in 1985. In the right transept was an altarpiece by Luca Signorelli, the Altarpiece of St. Onofrio, now housed in the annex of the Museum of Duomo.Sulla right aisle is the Chapel of the Sacrament, built by Galeazzo Alessi in 1576, with an altarpiece depicting the Pentecost Cesare Nebbia of 1563, the tomb of Pope Martin IV, who died in Perugia in 1285, and relics of Pope Innocent III and Urban IV. The next recess leads to the Chapel of the Baptistery, decorated with a marble Renaissance perspective view of Peter Paul Andrea da Como (1477). Facing it is the venerated image of Our Lady of Grace, created by Giannicola of Paul, a follower of Perugino. The right aisle ends with the Chapel of San Bernardino, closed by a grating of the fifteenth century. His altar houses the most important work preserved in the cathedral, the Deposition from the Cross by Federico Barocci painted between 1567 and 1569. The painting is considered one of the masterpieces of European painting of the sixteenth century, and is the only work of the painter from Urbino remained in the city. In the cathedral there is a large pipe organ built by the Pontifical John Tamburini Organ Factory Cream of the year 1967. The instrument has four keyboards and pedal board and the rods are distributed in two different bodies: Positive and Grand'organo
  3. 74. With these views from the lookout I leave. The time allotted was not enough to document. I beg your pardon, and will come soon by Aflo [email_address]

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