The arches of the Galilee Chapel at Durham Cathedral.

Amalfi Cathedral

The belltower of Amalfi Cathedral, similar to Durham Cathedral because of its intersecting arches and lozenge patterns

The bell-tower of Amalfi Cathedral, Italy, originally built between 1180 and 1276 (but partially reconstructed in the 19th century). (For more information about the building see Paradox Place).

There are two striking similarities with Durham Cathedral: the intersecting arches, and the lozenges (diamond shapes) at the top of the belltower. (See next image).