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The organ of the Duomo has a whopping 15,800 pipes with the highest over 9 meters and the smallest, just a few centimeters. The organ was built by Mascioni of Cuvio and Tamburini of Crema in 1938 and restored and relocated in 1986. The organ is the largest in Italy and the second largest in Europe.
According to the records, the construction of the doors of Duomo began in 1582. The tympanum of the central door has relief depicting the creation of eve. The entire sculpture is made from Carrara marble. The side doors are in honor of the heroines from the Bible. The main door itself was finished in 1906, made with neo-Gothic measurements.
The sheer size of the nave with gigantic vertical pillars can amuse you. The central nave is 149 feet high and 63 feet wide. The pillars here are 8 feet in diameter and are up to 78 feet high. The pillars are decorated with intricately carved capitals and statues. The floor of the nave is entirely marble.
The mass at Duomo Cathedral is conducted as follows:
Location: Feriale Chapel
The following facilities are available at Duomo Milan:
A. You can buy Duomo Milan tickets online. It is best to buy them early and online to avoid the crowd.
A. Yes, you can buy Duomo Milan tickets online.
A. The cost of Duomo Milan tickets start from €20.
A. Yes, you can get a discount on Duomo Milan tickets if you book them online.
A. Duomo Milan is a Cathedral in central Milan. Its construction began in the 14th century and was completed in the middle of the 20th century.
A. Duomo Milan can be accessed on road and metro.
A. P.za del Duomo, 20122 Milano MI, Italy | Find on map.
A. Duomo Milan has accessible terraces allowing you to take a look at the exterior of the monument from up close. The cathedral also has high ceilings and long vertical pillars.
A. You can reach Duomo Milan via metro (routes M1 or M3) and bus (numbers 57, 58, 60, 73, or 79).
A. The timings of Duomo Milan are 8 AM to 7 PM.
A. Locker facilities are available for free. At the Duomo shop, you can take home souvenirs. However, the cathedral does not have restrooms in the premises.
A. There are 2 ramps with handrails at the entrance. The first terrace can be accessed by an elevator. There is also an elevator that can take you to the Baptistry of San Giovanni alle Fonti. Wheelchairs are available free of charge. Audio and radio guides are also available.
A. Yes, photography allowed inside Duomo Milan.
A. Yes, Duomo Milan is worth visiting for its architecture. It has a blend of everything from French Gothic to Italian Renaissance architecture. It has large vertical columns, spires, and statues.