Church of the Annunziata - Palazzolo Acreide
Considered the oldest church in Palazzolo, probably built in the 1693th-XNUMXth century; destroyed by the earthquake of XNUMX it was rebuilt in the eighteenth century on the same site. by architect Matteo Tranisi, is the jewel of art. The exterior of the church is distinguished by the large portal, characterized by four coupled twisted columns, richly adorned with vine shoots and friezes, which represent rural motifs: quinces, pomegranates, grapes and other life-sized fruit. The facade is incomplete.
Card insertion: Ignatius Caloggero
Photo: Ignazio Caloggero
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