Chiesa della Santissima Trinita di Delia

Chiesa della Santissima Trinita di Delia, Castelvetrano

Chiesa della Santissima Trinita di Delia

Chiesa della Santissima Trinita di Delia
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Castelvetrano, Italy3 contributions
Cappella Privata e Cripta della famiglia Saporito. Chiesetta Santissima Trinità di Delia
Mar 2018 • Friends
This rare monument of Norman-Byzantine architecture outside of Palermo or Cefalù is a jewel worth visiting both for aficionados of the building style and Medieval art history and for its surroundings. For many years an elderly lady who lived on the premises 24/7 and who'd come out if she heard any voices or doorbells, would hand visitors the key who'd then unlatch the gate chain and carry on by themselves. Today the Saporito family who owns the private chapel and crypt, where its ancestors are entombed, manages visits in the following manner: they hand the key to visitors, charge a few euros about 2-3, when you ring the bell at the nearby banqueting hall "Baglio Trinità". Someone comes out to open the gate of the enclosed garden, the church door and the crypt door below and switches on the indoor lights for you. It is always best to call ahead though to ensure that someone is on site to welcome you.
Written March 25, 2018
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lyndybob
bury st edmunds95 contributions
Poorly presented
Sep 2015 • Couples
We travelled some way to view this church, and apart from a limited sign at the gateway we had no means of learning about, or accessing the building which was locked up. Key on a windowsill nearby?! No notice to that effect and nobody to ask. We were disappointed.
Written September 20, 2015
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jane s
sanctuary cove142 contributions
A Saracen delight
Jul 2014 • Couples
This little church at the end of the road from the Becchina Estate is a tiny Saracen/Norman church dating in its current from from the days of King Roger and his devout wives. It's very authentic. The key is on the windowsill of the nearby building if the church is not open.
Written February 3, 2015
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