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We rather stumbled across this church and initially were going to walk on however my curiosity led me to cross the road to have a closer look. The external facade does not really give a visual clue it is a church. It is truly monumental...More
Well this was a surprise A the church is beautiful and the sun dial great. But pay the €3 to go on the roof .... the views are incredible and it’s very quiet never have I been subject to such excellent views alone without fighting...More
Lovely monastery now a university. You can walk round the outside and inner cloisters for free. Of note you can see a wall of rock where the lava flow of Etna was diverted in 1669 well worth a look. Lovely architecture and a Roman house...More
We visited the church, library and monastery (now part of the University). The church is one of the largest in Sicily and painted white, so very bright and uplifting. The cloisters and garden were open to walk round. Very sympathetically restored, you could see the...More
In Catania, which is the business city of southern Sicily, it's very active,
like an Italian Philadelphia,-
You must see this church- Truly magnificent.
On my way to Catania in a taxi to a bus stop to get off and take an Airport bus to...More
The unfinished Chiesa on Piazza Dante is enormous - large enough to be a Duomo. It is very clinical inside with only some side chapels with large paintings. The church contains the largest sun dial across the floor and there are explanations in Italian on...More