Church of Saint Augustine - Chiesa di Sant'Agostino, Palermo

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  • This was the thing we wanted to see most in Palermo - my father is Sicilian. My grandparents were both born in Palermo, and my grandmother's childhood church was 'St. Rita's'. She had a special devoti...  more »
  • Taking via Maqueda (North of quattro Canti), this 14th century Church is reached by narrow, full of stalls not very inviting. Very nice lateral portal, in limestone "embroidered". Remarkable also the pediment of the façade on via Francesco Raimondo. Within the hand of the Serpotta is notable (and as usual it has its "signature"). Definitely worth visiting the cloister side, which opens on the north side.
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  • In the market of the same name, this building impresses with its beautiful Gothic portal and rose window above. The entrance is usually even beside the cloister, or sideways from the flag. The nave is to savor slowly because not impressed at first glance. The Church is widely appreciated by locals because it is home of the cult of Saint Rita of Cascia (and on 22 May is stormed by the faithful for the blessing of a popular culture phenomenon rose which is awesome) but you have to stop at every side altar and looking pale and putties above often linked. The first altar on the right two beautiful Byzantine icons and unadorned, one of anonymous ' 300 Sicilian. Beautiful even organs. Cloister open to visitors.
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  • nice facade. the statues inside the church are sculpted by Giacomo Serpotta
  • Fabio v is stupid.
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  • Nice garden
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  • The priests are all pedophiles
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