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The Cathedral of Parma is a beautiful building positioned in the Piazza del Duomo in the heart of the city. Built in 1074, this magnificent piece of architecture is a fantastic example of the Romanesque Style, characterised by the arches in the façade and semi-gothic features. 
Whilst the exterior is fairly modest in style the interior is a sight to behold. Adorned in Renaissance frescos and paintings it’s an incredible sight. The cupola depicts the Assumption of the Virgin where you get to see how the artist, Correggio, uses linear perspective to create a greater sense of depth. Along the central walls you’ll see the life-cycle of Christ in a dramatic display of Frescos, created by Lattanzio Gambara.  If you get the chance to visit its worth it!

 

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Parma Cathedral

The Cathedral of Parma is a beautiful building positioned in the Piazza del Duomo in the heart of the city. Built in 1074, this magnificent piece of architecture is a fantastic example of the Romanesque Style, characterised by the arches in the façade and semi-gothic features. 
Whilst the exterior is fairly modest in style the interior is a sight to behold. Adorned in Renaissance frescos and paintings it’s an incredible sight. The cupola depicts the Assumption of the Virgin where you get to see how the artist, Correggio, uses linear perspective to create a greater sense of depth. Along the central walls you’ll see the life-cycle of Christ in a dramatic display of Frescos, created by Lattanzio Gambara.  If you get the chance to visit its worth it!