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Beautiful church reflecting different styles throughout Siracusa's long history. Kinda ground zero for exploring the island. Lots to see nearby and lots of very good restaurants too. Well worth the admission price
A real bargain at just €2, this amazing cathedral features elements of Siracusa's past stretching back 2,500 years from the original columns of the ancient Greek temple to the Renaissance artworks which decorate the internal walls today (and all stops in between, including elements of...More
A baroque cathedral on (more than) Greek foundations? That’s the case of Syracuse’s and the exterior of the building bears proof of that, with Doric columns showing up amidst the later walls. Uncommon sight indeed.
The church has roots that go back to before Christ. The interior is simple in comparison to the wonderful basilicas in Palermo, with very little in the way of paintings or gilding.The facade is gorgeous, in a pure white stone, it glows in the afternoon...More