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Eran,  Israel Israel
01 Sep 2023
The cathedral is amazing, You can skip the other activities including climbing to the roof which requires additional fee and a long wait. Climb the tower of the church in populo Square instead
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24 Sep 2023
The cathedral is beautiful and has a much different use of marble than others. But the real highlight is the library. Absolutely outstanding, and the best part, no tour groups!!
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Celi,  Brazil Brazil
24 Jul 2023
Great, we enjoyed very much Siena, although the heat was terrible! Thanks, Tiqets, everything went smooth with our reservations!
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About: Cathedral of Siena Complex

The Duomo in Siena is ideally located in a piazza above the Piazza del Campo, easy to reach on foot and by public transport. This Gothic building houses treasures by the likes of Pisano, Donatello, and Michelangelo, as well as frescoes by Pinturicchio.

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