That's a wonderful masterpiece, with the harmony of the facade and the richness of the inside. The astonishing facade is covered by white marbles and it looks particularly bright when hit by the sun. Its peculiarity are the two small side towers that surround it.
Cremona's main square is a fascinating space where all the main monuments project. It's actually one of the best preserved medieval squares in the whole Italy. Its peculiarity is that it was created on the 'highest' point of the town - indeed flat - and that 12 streets converge here.
This tall bell tower (111 meters) is the symbol of Cremona. It dates back to the XIII century. It's possible to climb the 487 steps that lead to the top of the tower, where there is an uncomparable view of the whole town and plain surrounding. The clock on the tower dates back to 1583 and it is still working.