11 giugno 2011 - ore 20,41
1_duomo_ravello.jpg The Cathedral is the most important religious building in the city, is located in Bishop Square. Built in the eleventh century, was rebuilt in the eighteenth century in Baroque style. Adjacent to the church, the bell tower of the thirteenth century is opened by large mullioned windows and decorated with entwined arches.

The interior has three naves divided by columns, pilasters, the remake retains only the eighteenth-century stucco of the transept, while the times have been erased by a restoration. The ambone, of Byzantine origin, is the only one in Southern Italy of that style, beside the pulpit is an elegant essay by marble and mosaic decoration. Finally, the crypt is a museum, the Museo del Duomo that collects sculptures and gold of the XII and XVIII.

The Museum of Coral Camo takes the testimony of materials typical of the coast of the Golfo of Naples and Salerno, three pieces of art of high importance should be mentioned: Our Lady of the Assumption, a Christ and a tobacconist.

Villa Rufolo is a complex of buildings set on a terrace overlooking the sea, which dates to the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, exposing a clear Islamic influence. The courtyard is like a cloister, with two rows of loggias interlaced arches. The garden opens onto a lovely view over the coast.

Cimbrone Villa was built at a strategic point for the superb panorama from an English tourist. The villa is an eclectic building of the early twentieth century, reproducing parts of famous buildings of Ravello and reused as decorative elements also sculptural fragments from various sources. The popular viewpoint of the villa is composed of the viewpoint of Mercury, the cave of Eve, the temple of Bacchus and the rose garden.

Ravello also throughout the summer period is characterized by its festival is famous all over the world that offers the public the opportunity to attend musical events to be attended by internationally renowned artists and orchestras, art exhibitions of paintings by such famous artists and historical exhibits, then meetings with writers and artists.