I think every architectural historian has their absolute favorite building. For some, it is the building that inspired the love and study of architecture, while for others it is a building happened across during travels or studies that once seen was never forgotten. For me, it is the Duomo of Amalfi, which is a building that inspires me in almost indescribable ways. If you haven’t visited this stunning church for yourself, you can head over to ItalyItalia.com and read an article I wrote called A Walk Through Amalfi’s Duomo of Sant’Andrea. Right now it is even featured on the homepage!
A Walk Through Amalfi’s Duomo of Sant’Andrea
Have you visited the Duomo of Amalfi? I would love to hear your thoughts!
Great, informative article!
Chef Chuck says
Ciao Laura, Good info, no question, this church is beautiful!
I like the angle of the photo!
Another beautiful picture and article from you. Thank you! We haven't been to Amalfi yet but maybe next Summer we want to visit more of the coast including Amalfi.
Ciao KC! Grazie! Do you have a favorite building?
Ciao Chuck! Grazie! I love that photo, too. It really shows how the city is built all around the church.
Ciao Gil! Thank you so much! I wish I taken that photo. What a great viewpoint to view the city! (It is one of ItalyItalia's photos.) Hope you can visit here in the summer next year!