Obsculta - Museo Benedettino

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Obsculta - Museo Benedettino

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HampshireJulia
Hampshire67 contributions
Interesting
Oct 2017 • Couples
A chance to learn about the works and life of the remaining nuns in this convent attached to the Cathedral.
Written 25 October 2017
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Chance to learn something
May 2015 • Couples
The museum is a tribute to the Nuns in Sicily and has been open now for a few years.
Entrance is to the left of the church Guiseppe and a small donation can be left at the door. We were greeted by a lovely lady who gave us a personal tour.
I think she was pleased to see us as the Montalbano film crew trucks had obscured the entrance and she wasn't getting many visitors.
What a fabulous experience. We discovered some interesting facts about religion in Sicily along with the living conditions for the nuns. There are some wonderful artefacts and a chance to learn something about Sicily. Along the walk you get to peer through the nun enclosures down into the church.
It doesn't take long, it's in air condition comfort and its a true part of Sicily
Written 21 May 2015
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