The Duomo (cathedral) in Como, Italy or the Duomo di Como, is the seat of the Bishop of Como.
It is also known as the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta, the main place of worship for Catholics in the city of Como, and one of the most important structures in Northern Italy. It has a long history and literally took almost four centuries to build.
Although the building features Gothic architecture, it also showcases some Renaissance, Baroque and Romanesque elements.
If you find your way in Como, this cathedral is definitely the highlight of the town. It features impressive carvings, statues, and numerous historical artifacts.Places nearby:
Lago di Como: Villas and Celebrities 24 km / 15 mi
Parco di Monza: The Largest Walled Park in Europe 27 km / 16 mi
Parco Sempione: Milan's Panoramic Beauty 38 km / 23 mi
Pinacoteca di Brera The Heart of Art in Milan 38 km / 24 mi
Castelo Sforzesco: Milan's Quadrangular Castle 38 km / 24 mi