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Oratorio del Rosario di San Domenico, Palermo
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  • Baroque in full force at this marvellous work of art, that happens to be a church. Combine with a visit to St. Cita and be blown away by craftsmanship of the highest order - equal to that found in Flo...  more »
  • The oratory consists of one room that houses an altarpiece by Van Dyck, other paintings and various fillers. The overall style is Rococo. The ticket is slightly expensive and there are no tickets to visit other places. Who not essential, if you are not fans of the genre.
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  • While we were looking for the Oratory of S. Cita, we stumbled upon this Oratory and were able to get a combo ticket for both locations (which are walking distance of each other). The best part is that...  more »
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  • wonderful decorations. status sculpted by Giacomo Serpotta: a guarantee of beauty
  • In this Chapel Giacomo Serpotta tries to give his figures of the virtues a robe of real statues should be treated as single entities not only confused in iperdecorazione. Nice and bright environment inspires serenity and peace.
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  • One of the greatest masterpieces serpottiani.
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  • Nice place
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