Duomo

Duomo is a term for an Italian cathedral church.The formal Italian word for a church that is now a cathedral is cattedrale; a duomo may be either a present or a former cathedral (the latter always in a town that no longer has a bishop nor therefore a cathedral, as for example Trevi). Some, like the Duomo of Monza, have never been cathedrals, altho...
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Duomo

• (n.) A cathedral. See Dome, 2.
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Duomo

(from the article `Naples`) The Duomo is dedicated to the city`s patron, St. Januarius (San Gennaro), the liquefaction of whose congealed blood is the stimulus for two popular ...
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Duomo

(from the article `Pisa`) ...art and architectural treasures. The city also retains much of its 6.5-mile (10.5-kilometre) circuit of walls. Pisa is distinguished above all by ...
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duomo

noun the principal Christian church building of a bishop`s diocese
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Duomo

Duo'mo noun [ Italian See Done .] A cathedral. See Dome , 2. « Of tower or duomo , sunny sweet.» Tennyson.
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Duomo

Popular term used to designate some of the cathedrals in Italy, particularly Milan, Orvieto, Siena and Pisa
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