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Even if one has seen umpteen baroque churches this is worth going into because one can walk up to the top ( for the modest amount of €2) where there is an outside terrace with a spectacular view over all of Noto. On the way...More
This church is more interesting than it seems and is one of 40 or more churches in Noto. It is free to visit although there is a €2 fee to go up to the roof terrace. It is baroque but not overdone and is a...More
Like most churches in Sicily, the interiors are rather plain with the exception of the alter area. this church was the same. Since there was nothing special about it and we were going to be visiting many other churches, we only spent a few minutes...More
When visiting Noto this is defintely worth a visit. It gets you to the highest view point in the city and the views from the top are worth the climb. lt's not too strenuous a climb, but a fair few steps. You also get to...More
The guide book photo of the black and white adornments got me excited. But there was much more to enjoy for a pitiful entry fee. Humour led us up the stairs to insights of cloistered living. Plus views of Noto vistas and significant buildings. And...More
Noto has many baroque churches and if you want to visit the most interesting, this would be the one. You can visit the upper floors where the nuns looked down into the church and then climb the campanile for a superb view of the cathedral.
I was lucky to struck Noto by coincidence , was running low on gasoline and google pointed me to shortest route to pump, to my surprise I ended up in this mediteranian pearl , very nostalgic and very Sicilian in every sense, church itself is...More
This church is beautifully decorated and is worth taking the time to explore. The town itself is full of baroque architecture and one could spend a few hours exploring the town as well as a number of its churches. This church also allows a climb...More