The main basilica or duomo in Siena is stunningly beautiful.
The exterior is made of black and white marble arranged in stripes.
The interior too. It is a massive place.
The floors are covered with striking marble art, not all about the Bible but some alllegories.
Another one. The light was bad so I didn’t get too many successful photos inside.
This rather spooky looking object was in the Santa Dominica Basilica devoted to Saint Catherine, the patron saint of Siena, and a sign said it was her head. Her thumb was there as well. Her foot, for some reason, can be found in Venice. She is said to have convinced the Pope to move back from Avignon to Rome.
On a totally different, non-religious, note, I saw these newly washed teddy bears hanging out to dry and wondered why they all had to be washed. Maybe a school?