Dedicated to Saint Christopher, the Duomo is a Romanesque cathedral, made from elegant limestone (quarried from nearby caves), which saw four separate building campaigns. The first began in the 9th century, and it was only finished in the 15th. Inside, the intricately carved pulpit, one of the finest examples of mid-12th-century Tuscan sculpture, commands center stage. The view from the Duomo is incredible: Tuscan mountains have never looked so good.
Via del Duomo, Barga, Tuscany, 55051, Italy