Chiesa di San Martino


Originally built in Gothic style in the 14th century, this church was demolished and completely rebuilt in the late 1600s. Its bright white interior is punctuated by an elegantly carved 18th-century wooden choir and pulpit.

A combined Passepartout ticket covering admission to Chiesa di San Giuliano, Real Duomo and its bell tower costs €6.

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