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Postcards from Parma
The  bell tower
Located in the city center, five minutes walk from Piazza Garibaldi, the Cathedral is one of the finest example of Romanesque architecture in Italy. The bell tower, topped by a gilt copper angel, was erected in 1284-1291 and the side chapels were added during the 14th and 15th century. Built in Gothic style, the 63 meters high bell tower dominates the Duomo Square.
Parma, Italy  - The Bell Tower