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Lovely little church hidden away in a courtyard. The nondescript facade belies the beauty that it holds inside! The entire interior walls are covered with floating white angels! Unfortunately this church is famous for the stolen Caravaggio painting which disappeared in 1969 and has never...More
Me and mum went here today and were driven mad by the atrocious recorded music in the chapel. The sound was grating and singularly inappropriate. It really spoilt our visit. The use of high metal grating benches, that blocked the view of the painting was...More
There were many churches to see in Palermo, each having its own unique features. This small 16th century oratorio was probably not a highlight for me. In 1969, the famous Caravaggio painting, Nativity with St. Francis and St. Lawrence was stolen. In its place, was...More
yet another place in Palermo that takes your breath away so much to see - it is worth getting the free guide to talk you through what is going on on the walls - stunning - also worth just sitting and taking in the full...More
You have to pay to enter and there is a sign saying no photography. There was a very strange modern art installation which had a woman's voice talking about various things, some of them sexual which seemed a bit amiss for the setting. Nice stuccowork...More
A small 16th century chapel of st Lawrence shows scenes of the lives of st lawrence and st fransis in really beautiful stuccowork. So it looks like marble but it isn’t. Very creative and a great site.
It’s such a pity to have some ridiculous...More