Inside the Mirabilia Italiae series, more than two thousand images document the richness and complexity of Pisa Cathedral, the most important Romanesque cathedral in Europe, built in the 11th century to celebrate the power of the maritime republic. Inside the building clad in white marble of Roman origin, the splendour of a thousand years of artistic events and masterpieces, such as the mosaics by Cimabue, the tomb of Arrigo VII and the pulpit by Giovanni Pisano, are preserved.
Three volumes with hardcover covered in black silk satin with gold embossing:
First volume Tomes first and second Photo atlas p. 946; 2069 color and black and white illustrations.
Second volume texts. Essays and cards pp. 688; 263 black and white illustrations.