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Cattedrale di San Ciriaco

Piazzale del Duomo, 9, 60121 Ancona AN, Italy

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About Cattedrale di San Ciriaco

The cathedral of Ancona is dedicated to San Ciriaco and is the metropolitan cathedral of the archdiocese of Ancona-Osimo. It is a medieval church where the Romanesque style blends with the Byzantine one, evident in the plan and in many decorations. It stands in a spectacular position at the top of the Guasco hill, already occupied by the Acropolis of the Greek-Doric city, from where it dominates the whole city of Ancona and its gulf. In May 1926, Pope Pius XI elevated it to the dignity of a mino



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National Archaeological Museum of the Marche Region0.26km from Cattedrale di San Ciriaco

The National Archaeological Museum of the Marche is located in Ancona, inside the sixteenth - century Palazzo Ferretti. It documents in an almost complete way the prehistory and protohistory of the Marche region; it includes rich collections relating to the Greek, Roman civilization and that of the Senonian Gauls. The finds relating to the Picene civilization form the most complete existing collection; for the richness of its collections, the museum is one of the most important archaeological mu

Arch of Trajan0.29km from Cattedrale di San Ciriaco

The Arch of Trajan or Trajan's Arch of Benevento is a celebratory arch dedicated to Emperor Trajan on the occasion of the opening of the Via Traiana, a variant of the Via Appia that shortened the path between Benevento and Brindisi.  The monument, which has reached us substantially intact, including the numerous sculptural reliefs that decorate the surfaces, appears to be the best-preserved Roman triumphal arch with reliefs.

Port of Ancona0.52km from Cattedrale di San Ciriaco

The port of Ancona is a port located in the innermost part of the Gulf of Ancona and is, therefore, a natural port in its oldest nucleus; it is the first Italian port for international traffic of vehicles and passengers. Among the first ports of the Adriatic for goods, as far as fishing is concerned, the fish markets of Ancona are together in second place in the Adriatic and in sixth place nationally, while for tons gross tonnage, the fishing port ranks third in Italy and first in the Adriatic w

Chiesa di Santa Maria della Piazza0.53km from Cattedrale di San Ciriaco

The church of Santa Maria della Piazza is located in Ancona in Piazza Santa Maria, in the ancient Porto district . Built between the 11th and 12th centuries , it is a notable example of the Romanesque style . It was built on an early Christian church of the fourth century restored in the sixth ; a part of the floor of the present church is in glass to allow the vision of the paleochristian mosaics below.

Piazza del Plebiscito0.66km from Cattedrale di San Ciriaco

Piazza del Plebiscito is a square in Naples located at the end of via Toledo, as soon as you pass Piazza Trieste e Trento.  Located in the historic center, between the seafront and via Toledo, with an area of ​​about 25,000 square meters, the square is one of the largest in the city and in Italy and for this reason, it is the most used for large events.

Parco del Cardeto1km from Cattedrale di San Ciriaco

The Cardeto Park is the largest urban park in Ancona. Overlooking the sea, surrounded by nature, it occupies the tops of the Cappuccini and Cardeto hills and extends over an area of ​​about 35 hectares, all close to the center. It includes places of historical value, a natural environment of considerable interest and numerous panoramic points on the high coast and the city.

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Marche is a central region of Italy on the east coast composed of rolling hills and fertile plains at the base of the Apennine mountains. It is bordered by Umbria in the west, Emilia-Romagna to the north, and Abruzzo to the south.