Church of S. Ignazio all'Olivella - Palermo
Olivella square. Built in the 1732th century in Baroque style on a project by Antonino Muttone. Dome built in 1943 by Simone Marvuglia and rebuilt after the bombrdamenti of XNUMX. The facade is surrounded by two high bell towers to which two clocks have recently been added while inside the church takes up the classic pattern of the Latin cross with three naves. side chapels and the floor made of marble of various types and colors. There is an oratory which contains some Baroque stuccoes. Curiosity: The site should resume the original location of the house in Santa Rosalia.
There is a crypt
In-depth study: Pietro Todaro: The subsoil of Palermo - 1988. Downloadable at the following ACCADEMIA.EDU address: https://www.academia.edu/6581858/Il_Sottosuolo_di_Palermo
Card insertion: Ignatius Caloggero
Photo: Ignazio Caloggero
Information contributions: Ignazio Caloggero, Web
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