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Church of San Matteo, Palermo
(4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Church of San Matteo is located in Palermo. To visit Church of San Matteo on your holiday in Palermo, and find out what else Palermo has to offer, use our Palermo itinerary builder.
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TripAdvisor
  • Among the abundance of wonderful churches, which is saturated with the Centre of Palermo. Church of St. Matthew is remembered in a special way. To get inside have to come early in the morning. Built at the turn of 16-17 centuries later the Church was enriched with the wonderful frescoes, to acquire its current almost theatrical outfit. Very nice inside, is well worth a visit.
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  • The Church and the timeworn patina on the Corso Vittorio Emanuele. Was able to finally getting back to the hotel at night and during the day and always closed. But almost no lighting what chancel was almost didn't.
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  • We are fortunate enough to visit this church with the presence of volunteer guides, with a detailed description there can be appreciated fully, otherwise I doubt it, get a good guide.
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  • Whilst small and weathered, the interior was beautifully worn - the ceilings were clad with old paintings and the walls with sculpture. Tucked away on the side of a street, this church was definitely worth a visit.
  • Creepiest place ever!
  • To visit as the whole palermo
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  • The magnificent Church, be sure to check back!
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  • Beautiful façade
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