Amalfi Cathedral, also known as Cattedrale di Sant’Andrea, is a magnificent Roman Catholic cathedral located in the heart of Amalfi, Italy. This stunning architectural masterpiece dates back to the 9th century and underwent several renovations over the years, blending various styles like Arab-Norman, Romanesque, and Baroque. The exterior features an impressive staircase and a grand façade with beautiful mosaics, intricate sculptures, and a bronze portal.

Inside the cathedral, visitors are awed by the striking nave and elegant columns adorned with precious marbles. The main attraction is the grand Byzantine-style altar, which houses the relics of Saint Andrew, the patron saint of Amalfi. The cloister, dating back to the 13th century, is another highlight, showcasing a serene garden and fascinating medieval art. The Amalfi Cathedral is not only an essential religious site but also a significant historical and cultural landmark of the Amalfi Coast.

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