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St. Nicholas Cathedral, Noto

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  • We had a tour guide that lived outside Noto so spent a few nights down the street from this magnificent beautiful church. It was spectacular inside and outside as well as during the day and night. Unf...  more »
  • Large immense Cathedral that is worth a walk through. Near the entrance is a small scale replica of the entire Cathedral  more »
  • interesting, maybe more outside stately façade and the Interior was completely rebuilt after the collapse due to the earthquakes and especially at evil choice to remake the reinforced concrete roof in years 1950. rebuilt in neoclassical style has lost its appeal, even if the visit is mandatory.
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