Pisa, Italy

      Duomo interior -- Romanesque cathedrals, such as the Roman Pantheon,  tend to have dark, somber interiors due to their massive stone walls and small (if any) windows.  The Duomo of Pisa proves to be an exception, as the high windows amid its multi-tiered loggias bring in plenty of sunlight, which is then reflected by its gleaming marble walls. Amongst the colonnades, electrical lights and flames of votive candles also maintain a radiant ambience.

This photo was taken with the Canon Pro70 digital camera.

Northern Italy 2000

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