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Aosta Cathedral

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Location  Aosta, Italy
Ecclesiastical or organizational status  Cathedral
Groundbreaking  11th century
Address  11100 Aosta, Italy
Region  Aosta Valley
Architectural type  Church
Affiliation  Roman Catholic Church
Status  Active
Completed  1848
Opened  1848
Year consecrated  1025
Aosta Cathedral
Province  Roman Catholic Diocese of Aosta
Architectural styles  Renaissance architecture, Romanesque architecture, Neoclassical architecture
Similar  Sant'Orso, Roman Theatre - Aosta, Arch of Augustus, Alps, Cryptoportique du forum romain d

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Aosta Cathedral (Italian: Cattedrale di Aosta; Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta e San Giovanni Battista; French: Cathédrale d'Aoste; Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption et Saint-Jean-le-Baptiste) is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Aosta, in north-west Italy, built in the 4th century. It is the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Aosta.

In the 11th century the Palaeo-Christian structure was replaced by a new one, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and Saint John the Baptist. The architecture of the cathedral was modified during the 15th and 16th century.

The present façade, in Neoclassical style, was built between 1846 and 1848. The structures remaining from the Romanesque period are two clock-towers and the crypt, and also the remaining part of an Ottonian fresco cycle on the church ceiling.

References

Aosta Cathedral Wikipedia


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