Church of S. Teresa - Palermo
Kalsa square. Erected in the seventeenth century. based on a project by Giacomo Amato. Inside, the stuccos by Giuseppe and Procopio Serpotta, respectively brother and son of Giacomo Serpotta, made in the early 1700s are of particular value. There are also four high-reliefs by Ignazio Marabitti made in the second half of the eighteenth century: the Virgin Mary , St. John, the Magdalene and the Eternal. The central altar comes from the demolished Church of the Recommended in Via Maqueda. The interior has a single nave with communicating side chapels.
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
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