Duomo di San Massimo

The Dome is dedicated to the Saint Patron of the City and protector of L\'Aquila San Massimo a martyr of Aveda it was built in the XII century and reconstructed after the earthquake of 1703. The face is neoclassical style, it goes back to 1851 and is characterized by four tonic columns on the inferior part of the two lateral towers. Above the architrave of the major door there are visible stems: the stem of the Pontificate, the stem of the Metropolitan Chapter and the stem of the Archbishop. The inside is characterized by a wide central naiveté, and the two minor naiveté and it is where the tomb of Agnifili di Silvestro of L\'Aquila is kept, a precious ligneous core of the ‘700 hundreds and painted during the XV-XIX centuries. The major alter (XVIII century) , under which where placed the remains of San Massimo, is attributed to Mannella of Pescocostanzo.

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