Church of San Bartolomeo - Ispica
The mother church, consecrated to San Bartolomeo, was rebuilt after the earthquake starting in 1750 and completed over the course of a century and a half. Externally it is preceded by a double staircase that raises it with respect to the square in front. The façade combines late Baroque elements with other neoclassical ones. The interior is divided into three naves by Tuscan-style pillars. The only work of some importance is a large painting with St. Bartholomew during his martyrdom.
Card insertion: Ignazio Caloggero
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