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All reviews baroque church baroque style marble carvings every inch entire church during wwii beautiful ceiling costs euros no flash feast for the eyes nice church side street ballaro market worth a visit central palermo quattro canti jesuit
We stopped by this church on our moto-ape tour. It is not particularly impressive outside, but the inside is the most amazing baroque style architecture. It just was so unexpected and definitely worth seeing.
Another impressive church although dropping in and having a look from the back was enough for us - we saw no need to pay a fee to go any further. I guess depending on what you’ve already seen in Italy you may find it gets...More
The mixture of non-stop stucco and marble sculptures with beautiful paintings and decorative ornaments... it's just beyond description! There's one circular painting on the ceiling depicting the manger scene, for me, it is memorable. This church, began by the Jesuits was consecrated in 1636. Over...More
We were staying in an apartment don the road from this church, and walked past it a couple of times before deciding to gain. My friend and I have both travelled extensively, but both uttered "Wow" upon going into the church. It is absolutely stunning....More
I came upon this church by chance. I was walking past on a very hot day and decided to seek shelter from the sun. Not very special looking from the outside I was stunned when I went through the door. It is so ornately decorated...More
Opened back again to the public only few years ago, this church, along with the Cathedral of Monreale and the church of San Giuseppe dei Teatini, is one of the most beautiful pieces of the Sicilian art in Palermo. Do not miss it!
The original Jesuit church. An absolute riot of stucco and inlaid marble. You can see it from the entrance without paying the fee and if you want a close up if the same style go the the "teatrini" near the Corso.