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Puglia, Basilicata, and Calabria Sights


Updated 04/11/2014

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Cosenza's original Duomo, probably built in the middle of the 11th century, was destroyed by an earthquake in 1184. A new cathedral was consecrated in the presence of Emperor Frederick II in 1222. After many Baroque additions, later alterations have restored some of the Provençal Gothic style. Inside, look for the lovely monument to Isabella of Aragon, who died after falling from her horse en route to France in 1271.

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Piazza del Duomo 1, Cosenza, 87100, Italy

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  • May–Oct., daily 8–noon and 4:30–8; Nov.–Apr., daily 8–noon and 3:30–7

Updated 04/11/2014


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