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Parrocchia Ss Annunziata, Ispica

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  • We were in Ispica having dinner , and the doors of the church were open for the visits. Very beutiful , and looked special lit up with the doors opening onto the square . Definatly go and look at this...  more »
  • One of those churches, where you have really a lot of details to see. Take your time and look very closely. Lots of beautiful things to see  more »
  • It was open late in the evening. It was very quiet but lively at the same time (a group of people was planning something). The ceilings are amazing. I have learnt more about the 1693 earthquake and th...  more »
  • Scene worthy of the movies of Inspector Montalbano, is placed as the fifth graphic scenes for square, surrounded by noble houses dating to the end of the 19th century and the early twentieth century.
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  • Too beautiful
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  • Beautiful church, even more beautiful under the Easter holidays.
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  • Beautiful rococo interiors
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