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Carrara Cathedral
The Cathedral of Carrara, built from the eleventh to the fourteenth century using entirely the precious Apuan marble, with various Tuscan and Lombard-Parmesan influences and dedicated to St. Andrew the Apostle, is the fulcrum of the ancient city, which grew up in the Middle Ages and gathered around the majestic building of worship. The works for the construction followed three different phases and lasted about three hundred years, from 1035, the year in which the first news about the structure dates back, until 1395, the year of completion of the work. The interior of the Cathedral, very suggestive, presents works of considerable artistic value, such as the sculptural group of the Annunciation (14th century), commonly known as "Le Cassanelle", in French Gothic style.

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