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This church is worth the detour off the beaten tourist track. Cost two euro and there's a man there and not very many tourists that's for sure. You guys around the church and only speaks Italian. I told him I didn't speak Italian but it...More
It is a magical church crammed full of sculptures woven into the fabric of the walls. Beautiful examples of marble carvings that have been painted. There is a wonderful atmosphere as soon as you walk in and when the attendant switches on the light in...More
After more than 20 years of being closed, this church is finally open to visitors and a large portion of it has been restored. The decoration and smaller chapels are incredible. Ask the guide for some anecdotes ... she has a lot of them.
Don't say I didn't warn you. Be mentally prepared so to avoid being "shocked". The exterior is just a normal discreet small town church like many others but inside is a totally different story. Reopened in February 2015 after its renovation, this church regained it...More
This is an unassuming church, a bit hard to find in that it has a plain front, but it is considered the Sistine Chapel of Sicily, and has beautiful artwork, well worth a trip. located in the center of Castelvetrano.
The church has been lovingly and painstakingly restored to its former glory after virtual destruction by earthquake.It is huge and gives you an enduring example of the Siciian Baroque. Interesting artworks and sculptures too.