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Chiesa San Domenico, Nardo
(3.9/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
Chiesa San Domenico is located in Nardo. Take a look at our Nardo itinerary planner to schedule your visit to Chiesa San Domenico and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • a beautiful church in the Centre of Nardò built in 1500 attached to a convent, then transformed into school. The thing that struck me is the crucifix which is illmina at dusk, with the Sun's rays
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  • A front as if they see few, even from this party. A Baroque masterpiece that ipreziosisce a town full of extraordinary works, it deserves a thorough examination
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  • Beautiful ornate Church both outside and inside. It is definitely one of the most beautiful monuments of this town one of the most interesting of the Salento
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  • This church has a very distinctive façade clearly made at different times and in different styles. At a glance stand out at least three, the base quite massive and linear, the central part full of decorations, columns and statues, the upper one quite bare and simple. The Interior in turn "supplants" because, in my opinion, in sharp contrast with the facade completely whitewashed, decked out soberly and even with a wooden ceiling light green.
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  • The Church of San Domenico is a church in the old town of Nardò, in the province of Lecce. It was built by the Dominican order between 1580 and 1594 and dedicated initially to santa Maria de Raccomandatis.
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