The Milan Cathedral, or Duomo di Milano, is the fifth largest cathedral in the world and the largest in Italy. But, despite my incredible fear of heights, I was most excited to visit the rooftop.  Here is the first of two posts from up on the rooftop of the Milan Cathedral.  What do you think?  Do you have a favorite shot below?

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Milan Cathedral Roof Photo #1:  Looking down at the exclusive shops of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.

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Milan Cathedral Roof Photo #2:  Every inch of the majestic Duomo di Milano is intricately crafted.

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Milan Cathedral Roof Photo #3:  It’s hard to share just how massive the Cathedral really is!

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  1. Rooftops of tall buildings give you a different view on city that has no clue that you are watching them

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  2. I really like the second one with the blue sky background, and the third one with the fascinating and amazing structure. 🙂

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