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It's one of the main baroque monuments of the city. The church is distinguished by its magnificent facade, with patterns of concave and convex lines, and the impressive octagonal dome, which dominates the building. For 3 Euro you can go up till the terrace and...More
Nice little church, worth checking out especially for the dome as you can climb up and view the city from above. There aren't so many stairs, no lift. Take some water with you and go up. The views are over Catania are really nice and...More
So many churches, cathedrals and monasteries in Catania ( and Sicily and Italy for that matter) in such a small area and this is another one. We met a wonderful young woman working there as a volunteer and got a fabulous tour of the church...More
It is easy to mix up the church and the cathedral, as this is where you can climb the cupola and the tower for the best of views. Costing three euros the climb is not easy and there is no control on up and down...More
We visited the church after the Duomo. It’s a delightful small church. The 3€ entry fee to the cupola gives you a birds-eye view of the bell tower across the street (and a close-up when they ring for mass). There’s also a wonderful view of...More
The Chiesa della Badia di Sant’Agata itself is a rather modest and cute litte church.
For a mere 3€ you can walk up the stairs (no elevator) to the terazza. From there a very narrow staircase leads up to the top of the dome, from...More