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Wander into any of the several churches, convents, and monasteries that are on this street or nearby it and you will be surprised to find one after another beautiful interior space, most if not all in a splendid Baroque style.
A street rich in history and charm, Palazzo Zappala ' Tornabene, the Church of St. Julian, the Church of St. Benedict. You can also read a book and drink a glass of wine, sitting at the table of a local the Vladivostok. To see absolutely.
Away from the crowds one finds this gorgeous street of baroque churches (four in fact) and a few old palaces. Unfortunately, no building was open for viewing when we were visiting. The street further on has potential to be better developed - could use more...More
A rather long street with buildings; one more beautifull than the next. Worth a stroll through and try to invision how the sometimes abandonned building might have looked. This must have been one hack of a wealthy and impressive street.
This is a lovely street to walk down, form the Law Faculty at one end, towards the road leading to the main Piazza. The buildings are lovely as are the churches. It is difficult to photograph them though, because the street is fairly narrow, so...More