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Oratorio di San Mercurio, Palermo
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  • Three-storey (Japan's) of the prayer hall is on the first floor of a small apartment, and I was surprised. Slender fresco in the ceiling of the room entrance. And the 17th century explained the woman in charge. There is a stucco carvings only a child in ceiling small fresco 画1 one. Large triptych altar with the Virgin and child centered and frescoes on the walls of the left and right was unclear. Unlike the Rosary and Domenico, had no other visitors.
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  • A nice experience for those who want to learn more about this workshop of plastic artists very active in city and destined to mark an important baroque taste of Palermo. The ingenuity of the figures of angels was perhaps part of success ' popular ' of these decorations. To appreciate the floor, a glazed ceramic masterpiece full of human figures and decorations. The girl who escorted us was prepared and kind. The only obstacle for access are the few steps at the front of the oratory.
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  • The Oratory of Saint Mercurius is certainly interesting. However, it does not reach the wonder that other speakers serpottiani inspire, so I recommend a visit only if you are first seen speakers di Santa Cita, San Lorenzo, Santa Caterina and San Domenico. Beautiful altar frontal. A nice benefit: admission to the Oratory of San Lorenzo is also valid here. Also the location, between the Norman Palace and San Giovanni degli Eremiti, facilitates the visit.
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  • a beautiful carved by the school of oratory bellini
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