2023 11/11
Italy Apulia Acquaviva delle Fonti Exif: NIKON D750, 20.0 mm f/1.8 @ f/8.0 1/250, ISO 100 35   
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Co-cathedral of St. Eustace Martyr, Acquaviva delle Fonti

The co-cathedral of St. Eustace Martyr in Acquaviva delle Fonti stands on what was probably the site of a church from the Norman period, initially dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and then to St. Eustace. Abruzzese architectural influences can be seen on the facade, with a single-cusped Renaissance main façade and Romanesque elements. The main portal is supported by columns on stylobal lions, and the Renaissance rose window in the center is decorated with phytomorphic motifs and cherubs.

St. Eustace Martyr, Acquaviva delle Fonti, renaissance facade, Apulian Romanesque, stylophoric lions, Puglia, Province of Bari, Acquaviva delle Fonti cathedral
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