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Oratorio di Santa Cita

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A valuable detour from main sights

This work of art was reviewed by Andrew Graham Dixon as his all-time favourite. A delightful piece... read more

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misdabeat65
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A Hidden Amazing Piece of Genius

A Stunningly creative beautiful body of wirk here at Saint Sita church on a quiet Valverde street... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lainey B
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Via Valverde 3, 90133, Palermo, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

This work of art was reviewed by Andrew Graham Dixon as his all-time favourite. A delightful piece of delicate stucco. Good tour and guide and entry includes another local Oratorio. Worth a visit and will be quiet.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A Stunningly creative beautiful body of wirk here at Saint Sita church on a quiet Valverde street off Via Roma. Please go & find this. It is not difficult yo locate & even if it was I would still urge you to go. It is...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

stucco is well worth the walk - take the guide to talk you through what is on the walls well worth looking (this is also another name on trip advisor)

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This chapel is tucked away in a side street and is on a upper level. But it is well worth a visit, just for the wow factor of the stucco work. This is a real gem of a building.

Thank Jim B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Giacomo Serpotta’s masterpiece, on which he worked for almost half of his long artistic life, overwhelms the visitor with its beauty and intricacy. Level upon level of white, superbly executed, stucco figures gaze down upon the viewer, who becomes central to this extraordinary work of...More

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Reviewed 1 July 2018

Anyone who has watched Sicily Unpacked with Andrew Graham-Dickson and Giorgio Locatelli will be familiar with this. Either way, if you love beautiful chapels, put this on your must-do list for a visit to Palermo. The white stucco sculptures are just wonderful. My wife and...More

Thank Steve F
Reviewed 29 June 2018

This is the oratorio where Giuseppe di Lampedusa slipped around to in between chapters, so to speak. It wriggles with white figures, and has some of the most famous Serpottas in it plus the Battle of Lepanto. There are the expected cherubs and the 'virtues',...More

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Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

Even the teenagers were blown away by this one - but they have a bit of interest in history. Simply stunning. Don’t miss it

Thank Oonagh R
Reviewed 31 May 2018

It is a little off the beaten track but worth the effort. The room is filled with stucco putti and the stations of the cross.

Thank mrscoml
Reviewed 20 March 2018 via mobile

It's tricky to find so use Google maps and trip advisor but it's stunning. Costs 4 euros or another 2 to go to oratorio a few minutes walk. It's a gem!

Thank Jo K
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