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Pisa’s medieval cathedral or ‘Duomo’, known as Santa Maria Assunta (St. Mary of the Assumption) and, on the left, the Baptistry. Begun in 1064 and completed in the mid 12th century, the Romanesque style Duomo is considered to be the finest of all Pisan-Romanesque buildings. The Romanesque style Baptistry of St. John (Battistero di San Giovanni) was built during the 12th to 14th centuries and is the largest of its kind in Italy. Built of marble, some of the finest medieval and Renaissance craftsmen, including Nicola and Giovanni Pisano, were engaged in its construction and decoration. The Duomo and Baptistry form part of the Campo dei Miracoli (‘Field of Miracles’).