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Amalfi Cathedral in Amalfi, Italy

Amalfi Cathedral, on Italy’s southwestern coast, has been rebuilt and remodeled for centuries, and as a result, various non-Roman architectural influences have affected the look of the church. The village is part of the lemon-producing region here that grows the fruit used primarily to make limoncello, a sweet alcoholic drink. In Amalfi, the after-dinner beverage is served cold, in a chilled ceramic vessel.


Amalfi Cathedral is a 9th-century Roman Catholic cathedral in the Piazza del Duomo, Amalfi, Italy. It is dedicated to the Apostle Saint Andrew whose relics are kept here. Formerly the archiepiscopal seat of the Diocese of Amalfi, it has been since 1986 that of the Diocese of Amalfi-Cava de’ Tirreni.
Phone: 089 871485
Architectural styles: Romanesque architecture · Rococo
Amalfi panorama
Panoramic view of the town of Amalfi, with the Amalfi Cathedral in the center.

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