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The Torrazzo is the bell tower of the Cathedral and the symbol of the city of Cremona…


Dedicated to Santa Maria Assunta, the cathedral of Cremona is built in the 12th century and represents ...


The Baptistery of St. John the Baptist (San Giovanni Battista), in Romanesque-Gothic style, has an octagonal design 34m in height and 20.50m in diameter...

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Mons. Antonio Napolioni | Vescovo della Diocesi di Cremona



The Church of Cremona,

which extends its presence in a vast territory delimited by rivers such as the Po and the Oglio, the Adda and the Serio, welcomes and greets with sympathy those who cross our countries, visits the churches, contemplates the natural environment that God gives us he has given and that men cherish with care.

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La famiglia è uno dei doni più belli che Dio ha fatto all’umanità.

Custodiamo questo Suo disegno nella forma originaria: diversamente, non faremmo che produrre scarabocchi. 

Omelia del parroco nella Festa della Santa Famiglia

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Holy Mass Times

(emergency Covid 19)

from monday to friday: 08.00 – 10.00 – 18.00

saturday: 18.00




Sundays and Holidays:

8:00 am Holy Mass

9:30 am Holy Mass

11:00 am Holy Mass

18:00 pm Holy Mass


Publications are available in the Duomo that further explain the history of our Cathedral and its artistic treasures which we wanted to briefly mention on this site.

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From Tuesday to Sunday 08:00 to 12:00;

On Monday from 7:30.00 to 19.00 | from 14:30 to 18:00.

Free entrance
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Diocesan Museum

From Tuesday to Sunday. From 10.00 to 13.00 | from 2.30pm to 6.00pm

Single ticket: €10.00 (allows access to the Torrazzo Vertical Museum, the Baptistery and the Diocesan Museum)

Special ticket for Monday €5.00 (only Torrazzo can be visited).

Free ticket* €0.00*

  • *Disabled people and companions
  • *Religious
  • *Children and teenagers under 14 years of age if accompanied