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Chiesa di San Francesco Saverio, Palermo
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  • While I was driving along a road inside the zone of Ballarò market I came across this church. Outwardly leaves a little to be desired but once you enter all changes. Its particular shape is very interesting and worth a visit.
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  • One of the jewelry district Located, built by the Jesuits in the first half of the 18th century Baroque church is located on the square in the historic centre of Palermo. Inside, unfortunately, do not hit, but the Church is good. Central façade is decorated with a portal with two columns and the image of St. Francis Xavier, koronuemogo angels, under the bust of Saint-crab with a cross that returns the cross Quote, according to legend. Perfectly complements the façade of the church bell tower with a clock, made also in Baroque style. Seven steps leading to the Church, symbolize the seven days of creation of the world.
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  • The Church of Saint Francis Xavier of Palermo was built from 1684 at the request of the Jesuits, on a project of the architect Angelo Italy, native of Licata.
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