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Parrocchia Di San Giuseppe

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Via Vittorio Emanuele 121, 98037 Letojanni, Sicily Italy
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srbarbara wrote a review Mar 2018
Chicago, Illinois5 contributions1 helpful vote
St Joseph is well loved by all Sicilians. this church dedicated to him has a lovely interior and captures the spirit of ancient Italy
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Kate L wrote a review Jun 2017
Poole, United Kingdom46 contributions43 helpful votes
On the outside this looks a very ordinary reasonably old church but it has been refurbished in a traditional style with a very modern twist. Walls are modern sparkly mosaics. It is well worth a visit. I was there the week before Easter when the church was open all day every day for 'Holy Week' It may well only be open for services the rest of the year but it is well worth a visit. I went several times in that week. On Good Friday there was local procession round the streets from the church carrying statues. a normal parochial practice not for the tourists and it was lovely.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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