We were in Messina exploring and visiting churches. As we were walking from the Chiesa di Santa Maria Allemana towards the Duomo on Via Garibaldi, we came across the Church of the Annunciation of the Catalans (Annunziata dei Catalani).
It is unlike any other church we found in the city with its Norman-Arab-Byzantine architecture and multi-colored stones built in the 1100’s.
It is open to the public and we found it interesting.
Most people visit the Duomo and its famous clock tower, but they should take the time to walk the few blocks to visit this church as well.
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