Freshly issued is the Free Pocket City Guide of Siena that contains, in just 9 printable pages, all the essential information and very good suggestions about this famous Italian and Tuscany Art City as its renown leather shops and flea markets, Museums, Academies and Art Galleries, budget Siena restaurants and cheap lodgings, classic itineraries in the Chianti Tuscany hills or in Florence, transports and a lot more. Free for anyone who wish to book and go and rich of colour pictures, the Siena Travel Pocket Guide is at your disposal in Flashbooking.
Siena’s cathedral, the Duomo, begun in the twelfth century, is one of the great examples of Italian romanesque architecture. Its main facade was completed in 1380. Its campanile and baptistry make a fine group.
It is unique among Christian cathedrals in that its axis runs north-south. This is because it was originally intended to be the largest cathedral in existence, with a north-south transept and an east-west aisle, as is usual.
After the completion of the transept and the building of the east wall (which still exists and may be climbed by the public via an internal staircase) the money ran out and the rest of the cathedral was abandoned.
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