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Chiesa di San Pietro, Modica
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  • The wide and important staircase welcomes twelve statues that nearly take you up inside, vast and richly decorated. Surveying two depictions of the Virgin Mary, one of which is marble.
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  • Beautiful Cathedral dedicated to St. Peter located in the lower part of the town, reachable from the main street going up a staircase with statues of the twelve apostles, called by the people "sa". Among the statues depicting St Peter and the paralytic, of 1893, which was created by a single trunk. Also the monumental organ.
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  • It belongs, as the Cathedral of San Giorgio, of the Unesco World Heritage list. After the earthquake of 1693 the Church was restored and today has a very refined façade divided into two orders, and decorated with four statues depicting San Cataldo, Santa Rosalia, Saint Peter and our Lady, that enrich the second order, surmounted at the apex of the façade from sculpture, in high relief, a Jesus Christ in triumph.
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