Lucca's Duomo' (Lucca's Duomo') is located in the walls of Lucca, Italy and is also known as St. Martin's Church. It is the seat of the Archbishop Lucca. It was first built in the tenth century. In the original structure, the towering columnar arcade and the exquisite bell tower of the apse are preserved. The nave and half of the door of the cathedral were rebuilt in the 14th century in Gothic style, while the construction of the western line began in 1204. The wide portico composed of three magnificent arches was decorated with three open spaces above. Gallery with sculptures.