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Duomo dei San Filippo e Giacomo

Largo Arcivescovado | At the Corner of Corso Italia and Via. P.R. Giuliani, Sorrento, Italy
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Stunning

This is a beautiful Catherdral very ornate but very peaceful so much to look at and a perfect... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2017
Bracken777
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Essex
Simple outside, stunning inside

Good church to visit rebuilt in 15th century. Ornate with stunning altars & ceilings. Don't miss... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
CindyLou2013
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Houston, Texas, USA
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Largo Arcivescovado | At the Corner of Corso Italia and Via. P.R. Giuliani, Sorrento, Italy
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Reviewed 18 May 2017

This is a beautiful Catherdral very ornate but very peaceful so much to look at and a perfect place to contemplate, a must if you visit Sorrento

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Reviewed 3 May 2017

Good church to visit rebuilt in 15th century. Ornate with stunning altars & ceilings. Don't miss the INTARSIA on the front entrance[turn around when you come in the .door]. This is a special craft famous in Sorrento. Another door half way on the right side....More

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Reviewed 26 September 2016

There is a very beautiful cathdral at the center of Sorrento - nice atmosphere quiet and full of works of art.

Thank IrenaR474
Reviewed 17 November 2015 via mobile

An interesting if unspectacular church with a beautiful nativity model. There is also an altar and a statue outside dedicated to John Paul II.

Thank BerlinBummler
Reviewed 3 November 2015

An amazing church very ornate and stunning décor,the ceiling was amazing,it was a privilidge to be allowed to have a look round the church.

1  Thank englandadventure57
Reviewed 26 October 2015

What a sumptuous place of worship - fantastic altars of finest marble, beautiful paintings, breath-taking ceilings, lovely statues, the finest examples of craftsmanship everywhere. We enjoyed it all, but most particularly the huge crib in the glass case just inside the entrance. It's very famous,...More

1  Thank 995Ann
Reviewed 13 October 2015

Many will be attracted to this small cathedral to see the marquetry or marble or 17th century art.However,it houses a hidden gem.I refer to the Christmas all the year round crib or presepe.It appears to have been individually crafted with rustic art over a number...More

2  Thank John L
Reviewed 6 August 2015

As you walk into the courtyard the Cathedral is on the right and the church school is on the side. It looks very plain and small at first so we took a seat in the courtyard and just watched for a while. We decided to...More

1  Thank CDM49
Reviewed 29 July 2015

The Cathedral is relatively plain outside, but once you enter it is a completely different kettle of fish. It very highly decorated inside with a decorated roof with large inset paintings. There are lots of side chapels with statues and lots of candelabra. The cathedral...More

1  Thank Honisoiquimalypense
Reviewed 14 July 2015

Another amazing church in Naples. San Filipo is huge. It has some wonderful architecture and sculptures inside. If you are in the center of Naples you should pay a visit and spend a few minutes inside.

1  Thank CCG1982
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