New lighting heightens beauty of Milan's Duomo
CWN - December 10, 2010
Church officials in Milan have installed new lights in the city’s famous cathedral, the Duomo, so that the stained-glass windows are illumined from within, providing a spectacular view from the piazza in front of the cathedral.
The new lights inside the Duomo were lit on December 8 to celebrate the feast of the Immaculate Conception. The windows will be illuminated throughout the Christmas season, and then on weekends and religious feast days.
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