This is a 17th-century chapel that has the absolutely amazing stuccowork of Giacomo Serpotta. This is the place for anybody who loves rococo and your visit should not be rushed. Just take your time in looking and studying the various scenes depicted on the walls around the chapel, such as the Battle of Lepanto at the entrance wall, with its cherubs apparently modelled from Palermo street urchins. There is much more to see, so just relax and enjoy the view. There is also a good gift shop.
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