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Cappella di San Paolo, Galatina

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  • Architecture and peace order and cleanliness make rulers you can stop praying or admiring paintings and furniture
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  • Small, a small room but full of history ... or legend, downtown should be one of the main attractions of Galatina; a must to visit as a tourist or local Museum for any who wish to do so. From this small church began the cult of taranta and in this small church I went to the tarantolate to drink well water which is inside and ask for healing in Sao Paulo. Sin is almost always closed, hidden from the eyes of the patrons and he sees the light only in a few days near the feast of Saints Peter and Paul in late June in Galatina.
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  • The chapel of St Paul, we can find, within walking distance from the main city square and the Church of Saints Peter and Paul. It is a small Baroque building, built into the round and also known as the Palace Chapel of Tarantate because from the middle ages is the theatre of mysterious phenomena related to "tarantism": according to tradition, the Church's internal water gushed from the well that had the power to heal those who were bitten by a Tarantula and "canoers" performed an exorcism of music at home and then , go to the Chapel to pray for the Saint. Only after drinking the miraculous water, and having thrown up into the well (you can find out from the Chapel and on my way back up to the altar), the grace it was obtained, and then every year on 28 June, they returned to "renew" the grace. Go for it! If you liked my review, you can find more about Galatina and many other places visited, click on: "is it useful?"
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