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Santuario di San Calogero

Piazza Roma, Naro, Sicily, Italy
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A very unique saint & church dedicated to ahim

San Calogero, was a 5c saint, from Constantinople and hermit in Sicily. He emerged to preach, and... read more

Reviewed October 13, 2015
courtneymcglynn
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This is a hidden gem in the Sicilian countryside. When visiting family in Naro they brought me to this place. It is an amazingly beautify small church which provides entry to a smaller chapel where the statue of St. Calogero is kept along with the place that the hermit saint lived. This is an excellent tourist attraction for people visiting this area, or Agrigento and worth the visit.
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Oct 13, 2015
“A very unique saint & church dedicated to ahim”
Aug 28, 2016
“Santuario da visitare”
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Piazza Roma, Naro, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed October 13, 2015

San Calogero, was a 5c saint, from Constantinople and hermit in Sicily. He emerged to preach, and perform miracles. This church in Naro is dedicated to him, he is painted black because he was thiought to be from Carthage.

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