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Cathedral, Torre Civica and Piazza Grande

Listed under Churches & Abbeys in Modena, Italy.

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'The magnificent 12th-century cathedral at Modena, the work of two great artists (Lanfranco and Wiligelmus), is a supreme example of early Romanesque art. With its piazza and soaring tower, it testifies to the faith of its builders and the power of the Canossa dynasty who commissioned it.'

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