Cathedral of San Giustino, Chieti

The cathedral of San Giustino is in San Giustino Square, behind the Arpa terminals in Chieti city. It is the most representative monument of Chieti, built up in 1069 but restored through the centuries.

The Cathedral’s main features are the fine portal, the external statues, the crypt with arches, in which Saint Giustino’s relics are shrined, the frescoes in the crypt, the imposing belfry and the wide Baroque interior, made up of three naves.

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