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Chiesa di San Nicolo All'Arena, Catania

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Architectural Building Religious Site
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  • Located on top of the hill , at Piazza Dante Alighieri . One of the largest churches in Sicily . Most interesting . Google it up and rea about it in Wikipedia . Don't miss .  more »
  • In Catania, which is the business city of southern Sicily, it's very active, like an Italian Philadelphia,- You must see this church- Truly magnificent. On my way to Catania in a taxi to a bus stop to...  more »
  • This is simply a stunning church which is part of the monastery of the Benedictines and it's just stunning, really huge and very well preserved. A must-visit attraction.  more »
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  • It's one of the biggest buildings of Catholic worship in Sicily, measuring 105 metres long and 48 metres wide and the aisles and around 71 metres to the transept, with a maximum height of about 66 metres at the dome.
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