- Sorrento Cathedral
The cathedral of Sorrento, Santi Filippo e Giacomo, was first built around the 11th century. Rebuilt in the 15th century, its Latin cross interior is divided into a nave and two aisles. Its interior includes round arches and ceiling paintings in the nave by the painter Nicola Malinconico. Malinconico’s paintings include Sorrentine Martyrs and Four Patron Bishop Saints. There are also paintings by Giacomo del Po (Assumption, St. Philip, St. James).
Its bell tower has three stories, and is decorated with a clock. The belfry’s base dates to the time of the Roman Empire. The marble altar dates from the 16th century. The marble pulpit and bishop’s throne date from the same century.
- ^ a b c d Bonechi Books, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast. Le guide oro. The Gold Guides. (Casa Editrice Bonechi, 1999), 12.
- ^ a b c d e Barbara Conti, Giovanna Magi, Amalfi-Sorrento. New Millennium Collection Series. I libri del nuovo millennio. Translated by M. Rhiannon Lewis (Casa Editrice Bonechi, 2003), 15.
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