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Chiesa di San Francesco Borgia, Catania
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  • It is located in Via Crociferi. This, like the other places (Church of St Benedict, St Francis of Assisi to the Immaculate, etc.), is a beautiful baroque church. It was, unfortunately, closed. We hope to see her open the next time you're revisiting this wonderful city.
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  • What would join this church you need to buy a ticket. Ticket to view the items in the boxes under the exposed glass. It is in the boxes. These boxes are messed up perceptions of the Church, and the exhibits themselves under glass. A totally negative attitude to these mailboxes. Outside the Church in the Baroque style, with sculptures with a staircase that leads to the entrance of the Church.
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  • The building is a former Church and is also one of the beautiful architecture that you can see in via Crociferi and, no small feat, one of the few open to the public. Outside, the façade is quite simple and straightforward, while the Interior is used as a Museum, so true you pay the ticket and the first Sunday of the month admission is free.
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  • nice view even in the night.
  • The Church was built between 1698 and therefore the earthquake of 1693, 1736, subsequently and was built on the project of architect FRA ' Angelo Italy SJ (Licata, 1638-1700) on the foundations of the Church formerly built in exactly the same place and was destroyed.
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  • to see!
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