Beautiful basillica in the heart of Sorrento next to a park that also remembers Saint Antonino, the patron saint of Sorrento. The walls for hte church are adorned with frescos recounting the many miracles attributed to Saint Antonino, and out in front of the church there is even a large jaw bone that supposedly came from a whale from which Saint Antonino had saved a small child. The church is very pretty and worth stopping by to see. When we were there there was a volunteer who explained some of the history...very interesting.
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