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Marble, Marble Everywhere  

Formally called the Santa Caterina d'Alessandria, the historic Tuscan landmark was designed and constructed between the years 1250 and 1300. The stately gray and white marble facade, central rose window and sharply pointed roof of the beloved cathedral stand as an architectural testament to the role of Roman Catholicism in Italy.

If you wish to view a number of historical works of art by Raffello Vanni, Fra Bartolomeo, Aurelio Lomi and other notable Italian artists, be sure to add a visit to this elegant and awe-inspiring structure to your itinerary.

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