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Duomo di San Cristoforo

Via del Duomo, 1, 55051, Barga, Italy
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Garfagnana and Barga half day tour by Minivan from Lucca
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Via del Duomo, 1, 55051, Barga, Italy
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Reviewed 31 October 2017

We found this the most beautiful church on our visit, along with the Duomo in Orvieto. It's an ancient place, simple and serene. The views of the surrounding mountains are majestic.

Thank Ann B
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

Church in honor of patron Saint of Barga - Saint Christopher. It is principal Roman Catholic Church in town. Built in 4 stages over 4 centuries - late 11th to 16th. Partially destroyed by earthquake in 1920. Built from marble excavated from quarries in Barga....More

Thank Serviceprof
Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

After reading about Barga we ventured there one afternoon and walked through the cobbled streets up to the Duomo. It is a simple but beautiful church. Put €1 in a box on the left wall inside and the lights turn on for a few minutes...More

1  Thank Heather N
Reviewed 22 August 2017

If you really want to admire a very fine example of romanesque religious architecture you should not miss this church. The inside is almost bare and that exalts the main feature of the interior which is the sculptured pulpit which is gorgeous; watching it it...More

Thank Giulio C
Reviewed 17 August 2017

I still managed to get lost, unusually wet and cold in April, but a typical Tuscany town oozing character.

Thank GordonYoung
Reviewed 8 August 2017 via mobile

While in Barga we visited the historical Duomo. Beautiful stonework and alter. User frequently for Weddings and excellent views on old and Barga. Definitely worth a visit

Thank pdcs4
Reviewed 9 July 2017

The hilltop Duomo at Barga is very charming. Deceptively plain in its exterior, it has many lovely historic architectural features inside including, particularly, its pulpit. Barga's cathedral fortunately escapes the large irreverent chattering crowds now endemic in the bigger cities and a visit here is...More

Thank Ruth5757
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

Sited right at the highest point of Barga there is no easy ascent to the Duomo. Once up at the top there is a wide terraced area providing almost 360 degree views of the lush mountains and other hilltop villages for miles around. Good place...More

Thank Blue B
Reviewed 16 June 2017 via mobile

Situated at the top of Barga the Duomo can be seen from miles around. It is an imposing building in a superb location with 360 degree views of the Apia and Apennine Alps. A must see for travellers in the area.

Thank Fiona S
Reviewed 7 June 2017 via mobile

The 11th century cathedral with its Romanesque architecture sits at the topmost eleation of the historical center of the commune Barga, located strategically to provide a towering appearance. A walk up the historical center with cobblestone paved narrow roads, old mediaval looking houses, 19-20 th...More

1  Thank Souradipta G
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Please do not date the priests. They are men of God with a vow of celibacy.
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