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ⓘ Biella Cathedral




Biella Cathedral
                                     

ⓘ Biella Cathedral

Biella Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Biella, Piedmont, Italy, dedicated to Saint Stephen. It is the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Biella.

                                     
  • The Diocese of Biella Latin: Dioecesis Bugellensis is a Roman Catholic ecclesiastical territory in northern Italy, created in 1772. It is a suffragan
  • designer and decorator of theaters. He was born at Andorno in the Province of Biella in the Piedmont. He painted an Adoration of the Shepherds by him in the
  • 1772.06.01 to establish Diocese of Biella Gained territory back on 1803.06.01 from the suppressed Diocese of Biella Promoted on 1817.07.17 as Metropolitan
  • and co - cathedrals Many former cathedrals and proto - cathedrals are also included, but many more are yet to be added. Almost all cathedrals in Italy
  • in Northern Italy. He was born in Andorno in the Piedmontese province of Biella and died in Treviglio. He was part of a large family of artists, the second
  • languores was composed for the birth of the second - born Prince of Spain. Biella 1957 in his Eccellente compositore e organista milanese, praised Grancini
  • Fabrizio, quadraturista, travelled to Paris and Berlin, painted the duomo at Biella and a salon in the Turin Academy of Sciences, died in 1819 in Treviglio
  • Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal. Bonifacio Ferrero was born in Biella in 1476, the son of Sebastiano Ferraro and Tomena Avogadro. He was the younger
  • North it borders on the Aosta Valley and to the East on the provinces of Biella and Vercelli. To the South and West the borders have varied over time but
  • 19 March 2019. The sanctuary of Oropa, province of Biella turist office web page on www.atl. biella it accessed on February 2014 Sturgis 1905, p. 661
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