Church of St. Michael the Archangel
In Via Mormino Penna. Construction work began in the second half of the eighteenth century and continued until the mid-nineteenth century. The facade is on three orders. The first order has a portal bordered by Corinthian columns. The second order shows a large window enriched with floral garlands and closed by a dividing element in wrought iron “jealousy”. The third order appears with a neoclassical setting due to the lack of columns replaced by flat pilasters ending with Corinthian capitals that frame the belfry. The façade of the church closes at the top with a triangular tympanum.
Card insertion: Ignatius Caloggero
Photo: Ignazio Caloggero
Information contributions: Ignazio Caloggero, Web
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