The Cathedral of St. Andrew, Amalfi is a highly unique cathedral full of interesting sights.

Built in the early 1200s, the cathedral features a dramatic location atop a steep flight of stairs, an Arab-influenced exterior, and the relics of St. Andrew the Apostle in its crypt.

Connected to the cathedral is an older basilica (now a small museum) and the fascinating Cloister of Paradise, both containing medieval murals.

Pilgrimage to Italy 2012