Monumentale Chiesa dell'Immacolata Concezione al Capo, Palermo
(4.9/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
Monumentale Chiesa dell'Immacolata Concezione al Capo is located in Palermo. For Monumentale Chiesa dell'Immacolata Concezione al Capo and beyond, use our Palermo trip itinerary builder to get the most from your Palermo vacation.
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  • We visited the Church as part of the event "the ways of treasures" and were particularly and positively impressed by the richness of the interior decorations, between tramischi and blended marble, stuccoes, columns, altar frontals and valuable paintings (including the altarpiece by Pietro Novelli) that counteract outside self-effacing and austere. Although not particularly large, it has a single nave, is a jewel of Baroque Palermo. Very good, then, the girl who made from driving and they welcomed us with a poem in Sicilian treasures that this church conceals. Absolutely worth visiting.
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  • Monday morning 31/10 for the third time I joined this church with my wife and a couple of friends. And for the third time the commotion, the amazement and wonder in the face of such a masterpiece I was overwhelmed. Seek out this church in the middle of the colourful capo market, don't miss this absolute masterpiece. Don't be fooled by the entrance a little anonymous. As soon as you cross the threshold, you will be stunned by its beauty, you will be fascinated by the colors of what appear to be identifiable as paintings are perfect while amazing compositions of marbles inlaid with semiprecious stones. Then we also got lucky and I would say the honor of being welcomed by a wonderful person, Monica, who took care of that day the entrances to the Church. A beautiful girl, I think Palermo doc, whose love for this amazing treasure trove, but I would say his love for Sicily turned out in poignant poem written by her right on the Church of the Immaculate Conception. Fascinated we heard in religious silence this dialect poetry. It also gave explanations on the mosaics, on symbols, on the statues, explanations that suggested a perfect knowledge of this hidden treasure of. I repeat this is a masterpiece in the world and for me is a must among the many sights of this crazy city. Stefano & Light & Max & Ida
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  • The outside isn't much, but come inside! This is a particularly beautiful example of a baroque church (1612). You could sit for hours looking a the white marble, dazzling decorative art, and statuary....  more »