Santo Stefano (Capri)
Santo Stefano is a Catholic church and former cathedral on the island of Capri, Italy. Dedicated to Saint Stephen, it is the principal house of worship in the town of Capri. The religious complex was built around the Piazza Umberto I square in the seventeenth century. The only remaining parts of the cathedral are the clock tower and the archibishop's palace, which is now used as the town hall ("Municipio"). Santo Stefano and Chiesa di San Costanzo are the island's two oldest churches.
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