Novara Cathedral (Italian: Duomo di Novara or Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta) is a Roman Catholic cathedral located at the Piazza della Repubblica in Novara, Piedmont, Italy. It is the seat of the Bishop of Novara.
Construction began in the 11th century of the original church on the site, which was consecrated in 1132. It was demolished in the mid-19th century to make way for the current structure, which incorporates from its predecessaor the mosaic floor of the presbytery and a chapel dedicated to Saint Syrus[disambiguation needed]. The present Neo-Classical cathedral was designed by the architect Alessandro Antonelli and was built between 1863 and 1869. It has recently undergone a 12-year-long restoration project which was completed in November 2009.
- Novara.com: Novara Cathedral (Italian)
- Perotti, Mario, 1995: Il Duomo di Novara. Guido storico-artistica. Novara: Istituto geografico De Agostini-Interlinea
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