Monreale Cathedral
The walls of the nave, transept and apses are entirely decorated with mosaics on a gilded background. The mosaics covering the cathedral walls are one of the world’s largest displays of this art, surpassed only by Istanbul’s Basilica of Saint Sofia. Made in the late XII/early XIII centuries, the mosaics on the walls represent the Old and New Testaments (around 130 individual mosaic scenes), with inscriptions in Greek and Latin and are work of Byzantine and Venetian craftsmen.
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Monreale Cathedral

The walls of the nave, transept and apses are entirely decorated with mosaics on a gilded background. The mosaics covering the cathedral walls are one of the world’s largest displays of this art, surpassed only by Istanbul’s Basilica of Saint Sofia. Made in the late XII/early XIII centuries, the mosaics on the walls represent the Old and New Testaments (around 130 individual mosaic scenes), with inscriptions in Greek and Latin and are work of Byzantine and Venetian craftsmen.

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