The Duomo of Milan, Milan
It had been building for almost six centuries, as its size is enormous.
St. Mark’s Basilica, Venice
This temple is a mixture of two different cultures and that is why is considered to be a typical example of Italo-Byzantine architecture.
The Basilica of St. Francis, Assisi
It was constructed in 1253 and is a UNESCO Site. Being an architecture masterpiece is considered to be the highlight of many Christian pilgrimages in Italy.
Orvieto Cathedral, Orvieto
This Umbrian cathedral may not be so famous. Its importance is great, though and it should be included on our list.
The Duomo of Siena, Siena
The Duomo of Siena was built in 1263 and is considered to be one of the most beautiful and ambitious Gothic churches in Italy.
The Duomo of Florence, Florence
Florence’s Duomo is the city’s most iconic landmark. It is breathtaking even from a distance, as it has a neo-gothic façade features pink, white, and green marbles.
St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome
St. Peter’s Basilica is the most important church of the entire catholic world and it is located within the borders of the Vatican City.
Basilica of St. Anthony, Padua
Built in 1310, this basilica in Padua is spectacular, as it combines elements of Byzantine, Romanesque, and Gothic styles.
St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Amalfi
While visiting Amalfi, do not forget to visit the St. Andrew’s Cathedral. The church sits atop a grand staircase in the heart of town.
Cathedral of St. Agatha, Catania
This particular cathedral has been destroyed and rebuilt several times due to earthquakes and eruptions of the nearby Mount Etna.