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I'm generally not much for churches but this is worth while. It is an active church with regular services as well as a children's choir. It houses chapels to important local saints--including the patron saint Santa Chiara--as well as to one of the anti-corruption judges...More
This is the second most important church in Palermo after the cathedral and contains the tombs of many important Sicilian politicians, painters and poets. Although there has been a church and monastery here since the C13th, the present building is C16th, when the old building...More
We sought this church out specifically for the memorial/monument to one of my wife's ancestors. We found so much more as this church has dozens of prominent Sicilians and Italians memorialized within. It is quite beautiful with a lovely piazza and shops nearby.
This majestic church houses many caskets and memorials to Sicilians from the last 200 years. It’s also an active parish with Sunday Mass at 10:30. The dual sets of bells ringing as we left Mass was an uplifting finale. The surrounding Piazza has several nice...More
This wonderful church is full of beautiful Italian Marble. The altars and many of the supporting areas are also made of marble. The main altar is stunning and has inlaid pieces in the front.The side altars each tell a story of an event that occurred...More