This church is exquisitely beautiful and serene...a glowing example of Baroque Architecture. Well worth a visit.
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I was lucky to struck Noto by coincidence , was running low on gasoline and google pointed me to shortest route to pump, to my surprise I ended up in this mediteranian pearl , very nostalgic and very Sicilian in every sense, church itself is...More
This church is beautifully decorated and is worth taking the time to explore. The town itself is full of baroque architecture and one could spend a few hours exploring the town as well as a number of its churches. This church also allows a climb...More
this church is not unique or extra beautiful, but inside - in the main background, there is the visible word "yehova" (jehova), which is the explicit name of god in Hebrew, written in an acient style Hebrew letters. this is peculiar and I couldn't find...More
AKA Chiesa di Santa Maria Assunta this church is the second one on my "church trail" list of Corso Vittorio Emanuele in Noto (stating from Porta Reale) . Designed in 1730 , building completed 30 years later , restored in 2006 , another lovely example...More
While this church is not as ornate as others, it is still stunning in it's simplicity. It felt very serene and is really beautiful.
Earlier this week I took my wife and daughter, who is an architect, for a day's visit to Noto. We found this church closed and when I enquired at the tourist office whether it would open later in the day I was told that they...More
We initially missed this sight & walked right by it because of its rather plain exterior. I'm glad we doubled back to find it. The main reason to go was the rooftop views of the city from the bell tower, but the décor in the...More
Visiting this church is not only a great experience, walking to the roof of the church, enjoying the incredible view towards the golden buildings of the municipio and the Duomo di San Niccoló. It is also a trip into the past, when girls of the...More
Yet another church. But in this one you get to climb the tower. At first I was disappointed as I thought the E2 was a bit steep for a view from the first floor. Then I saw you could keep on going up. At the...More