San Cataldo, a little church just south of Quattro Canti, has 3 small red domes. Founded around 1160, it is an interesting blend of Norman and Arabic architecture, making it worth a visit for those interested in the unique Sicilian blend of styles. It has its original mosaic floor. Owned by the Knights of the Holy Sepulcher, there is an entry fee of 2.50 € ($3.20 or so), which may discourage the casual visitor. (The ticket gives reduced price admission to other religious sites). There is a helpful explanatory sign in English as well as Italian. The entrance is via a set of steps.
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