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Fantastic. Great presentation.

This church and the frescoes within are criminally understated. The canvases dedicated to St Teresa... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2017
Chris G
A collection of salvaged relics from abandoned churches around Scicli

Chiesa Santa Terese is located at the lower end of Via Penna and is entered on payment of a small... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2016
Hurleys256
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12 Aug 2017
“Fantastic. Great presentation.”
4 Aug 2016
“A collection of salvaged relics from abandoned churches around Scicli”
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Via Francesco Mormino Penna, Scicli, Sicily, Italy
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Reviewed 12 August 2017

This church and the frescoes within are criminally understated. The canvases dedicated to St Teresa of Avila alone are captivating, and the Spanish realist school crucifix and altar are breathtaking. The frescoes themselves are wonderful. Ranging from 15th to 18th century, they are a varyingly...More

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Reviewed 4 August 2016

Chiesa Santa Terese is located at the lower end of Via Penna and is entered on payment of a small entrance fee. This is another of the many Baroque churches found in and around the Ragusa Province, but like so many of them is no...More

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Reviewed 8 November 2015

This church which is located at the bottom end of the pedestrian street forms the 3rd part of a combined ticket with the Stanza del Questore and Palazzo Spardaro. It another attractive baroque church from the outside and inside it has some impressive aspects which...More

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