The Dogal Cathedral, dedicated to the SS. Redeemer, was built between 1615 and 1636 by the Venice Fortifications Office.
The façade, built with Orsera white stone and Aurisina grey stone, is divided into two orders: a lower one, with giant columns, and an upper one with three niches for the statues of the Redeemer, of St. Marco and of St. Giustina. On the tympanum, there is a winged lion: the original version, destroyed by the French in 1797, was replaced with the current version made by the sculptor Ferdinando Busetti (1893- 1894) from Palmanova. The reduced heightof the bell tower prevented the building from being exposed to the enemy artillery.
The Cathedral has inside a single nave with wooden
trusses and houses the Pala delle Milizie (an important altarpiece by Padovanino), the
wooden Madonna attributed to Domenico da Tolmezzo and, in the sacristy, the gallery with
portraits of some General Superintendents.