It is a long way up the hill from our parking. No, really, a long way. Did I mention it is up hill?
The Siena Duomo peeking over the rooves.
The streets of Siena
Random fountains of Siena
Siena is thought to be founded by a son of Romulus, so the wolf suckling children is a common sight
Il Duomo di Siena
The Duomo of Siena -- a stich of three photographs
Corinne and Tim in the Piazza del Duomo di Siena
Patrick in front of the Duomo di Siena
Corinne and Tim in front of the Duomo di Siena
Patrick and David in front of the Duomo di Siena
David and Patrick in Siena
Romulus and Remus in Siena
The statuary on the facade of the Duomo di Siena
The vaulting of the Duomo di Siena
The floors of the Duomo are only uncovered in October of each year. The marble inlay is remarkable.
A side altar
Restoration work on 13th century frescos
The Piccolomini Library
The ceiling of the Piccolomini Library
The Duomo Cathedra
Remarkable stonework in the pulpit
Piccolomini library frescos by Raphael
Piccolomini frescos by Raphael
John the Baptist by Donetello
Tim, Corinne and Patrick leaving the Duomo
The Signorile of Siena
The Piazza del Campo of Siena
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