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Suore Adoratrici Del Ss. Sacramento, Scicli
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
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Chiesa monastica di cui l'attuale municipio era il monastero benedettino, fondata nel Trecento come istituzione caritatevole, ha le forme barocche del post terremoto del 1693. Bella la facciata dal gi... read more »Monastery church of which the current Town Hall was the Benedictine monastery, founded in the 14th century as a charitable institution, the Baroque forms of the post earthquake of 1693. Bella the façade by the play of concave and convex lines, narrow and high. The oval is in neoclassical style with a nice time decorated with stucco and gilding. Don't miss the "Christ of Burgos", 17th-century opera likely Spanish depicting Christ crucified with the priestly cassock, iconography very obsolete in Italy.show original
ho trovato questa chiesa tra le più belle di Scicli ,I suoi colori sulle volte mi hanno impressionatoI found this church one of the most beautiful of Scicli, its colors on the times I was impressedshow original
La chiesa di San Giovanni Evangelista è nel centro di Scicli a fianco del Palazzo del Municipio (rinomato per le riprese televisive de "Il Commissariato Montalbano"). La chiesa, edificata a metà del 1... read more »The Church of San Giovanni Evangelista is in the Centre of Scicli alongside the Town Hall (renowned for filming of "the Commissariat Montalbano"). The Church, built in the mid 1700, underwent numerous alterations over time, both indoors and outdoors. Has a beautiful and imposing Baroque façade but it's the inside that dazzles and excites ... ... a jewel, full of decorations, ceiling and spectacular times ... There are no words to express the emotions and feelings that you feel. In one of the chapels is the painting of Christ of Burgos that is commonly called "the Christ in petticoats" for priestly ankle-length robe. The picture if flipped is the chalice and the host of the Eucharist. Not to be missed!show original
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