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Duomo di San Giorgio, Ragusa
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Begun in 1744, Duomo di San Giorgio was built after an earthquake destroyed its predecessor, which had stood as the area's main place of worship since the 14th century. The construction of the facade was finished in 1775, but the dome wasn't conceived and built until 1820. Admire the Baroque interior and examine some of the remains pulled from the rubble of the original church, which have been reassembled to give an idea of its magnificence. After your visit, relax in the plaza over which the cathedral presides, or head downhill toward the Ibleo gardens. To visit Duomo di San Giorgio and get the most from your holiday in Ragusa, create itinerary details personal to you using our Ragusa vacation planner.
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Conosciuto grazie alla serie televisiva di Montalbano, il duomo con la piazza antistante sono di una bellezza disarmante! Interessanti anche alcuni negozi della zona, in particolare uno, con un signor... read more »Known thanks to the television series di Montalbano, the Cathedral with the square outside are a disarming beauty! Also some interesting shops in the area, especially one with a very nice gentleman, which sells handcrafted tiles egregia invoice.show original
Il barocco nella sua massima espressione, uno dei monumenti da visitare assolutamente. Ricordo a tutti che il pomeriggio le visite iniziano alle 16,30The Baroque in its highest expression, one of the monuments to visit. I remind everyone that the afternoon visits begin at 16.30show original
La scenografica facciata del Duomo di San Giorgio è indubbiamente una delle più belle e particolari d'Italia, grazie alla sua altezza dovuta anche al fatto che la torre campanaria è la medesima faccia... read more »The spectacular façade of the Duomo di San Giorgio is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and unique in Italy, thanks to its height due to the fact that the Bell Tower is the same façade, as San Giorgio a Modica. In addition the staircase amplifies the verticality and the feeling of infinity. The Interior is no less with the matching red and white walls of bichromatic drapes that adorn. And then the statue of St. George on horseback slaying the Dragon is the symbol of the city. Beautiful in the evening and not to be missed!show original
Very well presented church, and great example of the baroque style. Entrance is up the stairs on the left as you look at the front.
post-earthquake baroque church. extremely impressive inside and outside. it is the background of some scenes of Commissario Montalbano
One of the best examples of Barocco style in Sicily, symbol of the city.
Wonderful church, although could be a bit more lit up considering the beautiful paintings and decor inside.
Magnificent baroque church. Really impressive!
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