Saint Biagio Church - Sant'Agata alla Fornace, Catania

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  • Big church with a scenografic entrance over the ancient roman amphitheatre. It also hosts the ashe of the fire where S. Agata was martyred.  more »
  • The beautiful façade of the Church Saint Blaise-Sant'Agata alla Fornace della citta ' di Catania, to visit
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  • Very large church outside, inside very collection, tells one of the stages of the martyrdom of Saint Agatha the patron saint of the city of Catania. Very pretty and very impressive guided tour that tells the story of Sant'Agata very important in tradition.
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  • Charming
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  • One of the symbols of the patroness of Catania "Sant'Agata". Baroque church is old but still very nice.
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  • Church feature with wide staircase and beautiful view of the Roman amphitheatre.
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