A column knotted, ofitica, is proudly displayed in the vestibule in the southern transept of the cathedral, whose strange shape may indicate the theology of the trinity (Father, Son and Spirit related) (see The pulpit Gropina. Note that the base the right column there are two children, who according to legend were the sons of Adam, the architect Arogno, the sons of Adam, who continued the building after the death of his father.
On the north wall of the cathedral, near the sacristy, is painted the legend of St. Julian, where stands a pulpit, left blank on purpose, in midair to emphasize the presence of the Father (Jn 1:18, Jn 6.46; 1Gv4, 12) that no one can see, but everyone can hear. St. Julian, the patron of Val Rendena, he would have to atone for a hermit patricide penalty after he had confused their parents with the thieves.
Behind the cathedral (and drio the Sun) is a statue of S.Vigilio Eraldo Fozzer which was originally scheduled for the Post Office building, and that last moment was replaced by that of St. Christopher. The statue, curiously, does not respect the iconography of the hooves (sgarmele) through which the saint was martyred.
The Cathedral would be connected to the Palace of Albere through a dungeon, to allow the Cardinal Madruzzo to escape to the lamentations of the people of the faithful. Currently, the route linking the villa to the city center is interrupted by the state railways.